School is back in session. The fall semester ushers in new fashion trends and plenty of teen spirit. The classic grunge look can be worked into your wardrobe without having to go full on Cobain or Vedder. For example, Sasha has on a grungy pair of torn jeans, Larissa has a grey cardigan and distressed denim shorts and Victoria has a black beanie to match her black lipstick. Other options include thermals, flannel and studs.
Comedian and bad bitch Joan Rivers died after an outpatient procedure on her throat. This was also shortly after she did the ice bucket challenge. Can we make that stop now? Do we need to make another sacrifice?!
Columbus’ latest attempt at a free humor and cartoon newspaper launches next Thursday, Sept. 18 at Kafe Kerouac. For co-founders Matt McClure and Wes Ruvalcaba, The Sequelialist started seven years ago when Matt would visit Wes in Columbus and they’d lament the lack of a paper dedicated to non-fiction stories told in cartoon form. Think “This American Life” told through illustrative storytelling, McClure told me during an interview at One Line Coffee in the Short North. “We’re doing this because we want to,” he said. “It’s a passion project for both of us.” The first issue of the monthly newspaper will feature Columbus artists Julian Dassai, Bryan Moss, Thom Glick and Lavinia Westfall.