Culture (Page 2)

Breakroom LA, a rage room

March 29, 2022

Smash Your Worries Away at Breakroom LA

If you’ve ever dreamed of smashing your worries away, and getting out of your comfort zone, a rage room is a good place to start. This has become a more popular notion that’s slowly taking over the country. People come from different parts of the world to experience things that were never before seen as possible. 

December 18, 2021

Night and Day in the Santo Spirito Piazza

(FLORENCE, Italy)—My grandmother, a political journalist who is preoccupied with the future of new generations, always warns me not to […]

December 16, 2021

The Story Continues for This Local Bookstore

Within the heart of the Playhouse Village in Pasadena lives the oldest and largest independent bookstore in Southern California: Vroman’s Bookstore. This bookstore was one out of the many businesses that struggled during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Atte Laurila

December 13, 2021

A Small Helsinki Cinema Is Thriving After Lockdowns End

A small movie theater Riviera in the heart of Helsinki took a hit because of the pandemic. But now that lockdowns have ended, business is booming as movie lovers return to the big screen.

A picture of a mural in DC's Chinatown.

December 12, 2021

D.C. Residents Worry as Its Chinatown Risks Vanishing into the Past

(WASHINGTON, D.C.) — There’s something peculiar about the nine-block section of D.C.’s historic Chinatown. Here, there’s a lack of Chinese… […]