Tom Price is the Opinion Editor for WSN. He enjoys many things such as complaining about meaningless topics as if they were national crises and attempting to grow facial hair only to fail miserably. He loves quoting obscure pop culture references to lukewarm reception and getting too deep about everything. He is from Los Angeles, which is home to the greatest sports team in the world, The Dodgers, and the 2017 NBA Champion Lakers (according to him when it gets too late at night).
Halloween is the one day a year where from the ridiculous to the sublime, all things are accounted for. It is the one day a year to be exactly who you wish to be, and instead of being chastised for being a grown person dressed in tights and no shirt, you are literally rewarded for it with candy.
It has become far more essential than ever before to remind yourself that enjoying the little flickers of joy and happiness in between the unavoidable void of darkness is still worth it. In fact, enjoying the small things is more important than ever before.
While President Trump’s relationship with the media has not been amicable to say the least, to charge journalists with a felony for reporting and covering on the news is a direct violation of the First Amendment.
After a tumultuous and emotionally taxing election cycle—to say the least—one often overlooked, yet nearly as abhorrent feature of this most recent ordeal was the absolutely subpar and unacceptable campaign gear that was seen sported by the many supporters of each candidate.
Topical both for the Halloween season and the concerns emerging over media's role in our daily lives, the latest Film Anthology Archives brings out media-centered horror films for its "The Medium is the Massacre" series.
We have done ourselves a great disservice as a country by allowing for names like Ernesto, Nana and Beryl --which sound like the names of old math teachers and used car salesmen -- to define something as powerful as a hurricane.