Author Archives: Nick Brothers

Review: The Flash, Ep. 3 “Things You Can’t Outrun”

By Dane La Born |

It’s a testament to just how good The Flash is already that they have me so very invested in what is going to happen to Barry Allen this season.

Review: Gotham, Ep. 5 “Viper”

By Dane La Born |

So now Bruce has a murder wall. sigh. Look, I get it. He’s determined. This is just nonsensical to me because he’s a ten year old. His parents just died.

Walking Dead: “Strangers” Ep. 2 Review

By Dane La Born |

After the tumult that kicked off our fifth season, our group of survivors deserves a moment of respite.

American Horror Story: Freakshow

By Dane La Born |

I’m doing something a little different with the AHS reviews and have decided to combine the first two episodes into one piece, which is why there was nothing out last week about it.

Queer and Transgender: A Wider View

By Stephen Coger |

I’m fascinated that anyone in Fayetteville would suffer from gender madness. As a typical Fayettevillain (peace activist, musician, etc), imagine my surprise when I looked at the list of folks who would repeal our new anti-discrimination law (, and found names of folks I love.

Will Onesies Never Cease?

By Amy Alkon |

A lot of people use Facebook to announce their accomplishments: “I became CEO of the company!” “I got into Juilliard!” And then there’s your friend: “We had sex without birth control, and look at what happened!”

Libra’s Two Choices

By Risa D’Angeles |

Libra (our last week) is the sign of creating Right Relations & Values. In Libra we are asked to choose how to be, our identity, in the world.

More Than Good Karma: Women Must Negotiate Salary and Raises

By By Laura Finley |

Evidently, only men are supposed to ask for raises. Women who do will only annoy their bosses and instead should simply have faith in the system and hope for good karma.

Browbeating, Blustering, Bulldozing Brutes

By Rachel Birdsell |
Rachel Birdsell

On any given day we can read in the news about someone being bullied, whether it’s a student bullying another student, a parent bullying their daughter by making her wear a sign on the corner that reads, “I smoked pot” or some such nonsense, or the CEO of a corporation bullying a legislator into introducing…

The Plastic Debate

By Amanda Bancroft |
Amanda Bancroft

In a world of rapidly changing technology, innovative recycling ventures, and a giant garbage patch in the middle of the ocean, we’ve never had a more complicated relationship with plastic products.