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“As you pass from the soft years of youth into harsh, hardening manhood, be sure you take with you on the way all the humane emotions, do not leave them on the road: you will not pick them up again

“Our real discoveries come from chaos, from going to the place that looks wrong and stupid and foolish.” Chuck Palahniuk Change is a mysterious thing. That’s a bit faux pretentious to say but, truly, how can change in one moment feel

“THE END OF A MELODY IS NOT ITS GOAL:BUT NONETHELESS, HAD THE MELODY NOT REACHED ITS END IT WOULD NOT HAVE REACHED ITS GOAL EITHER. A PARABLE.”Friedrich Nietzsche This year has, as we all know, been far from ideal. Domestically, the

‘The World Cup is the sort of common project that otherwise barely exists in modern society.’ Simon Kuper The World Cup promotes a global indulgence in nostalgia, shrouded in colour, offering the fruits of glory. An experience and event that captivates more

Fashion is the armour to survive the reality of everyday life. Bill Cunningham Former New York Times fashion photographer Bill Cunningham may be smiling at the sweet irony that he, a photographer, is being fondly remembered for his words, rather than his

Instead of hate, celebrate. Prince As the sun suspends itself in the sky for slightly longer than usual, the summer kicks off with a litany of festivals. For EJ64, we decided that the theme of the ‘festival’ was most pertinent to the

So shut up, live, travel, adventure, bless, and don’t be sorry.  Jack Kerouac Tackling the theme of adventure and exploration has not been an easy endeavour. Consider, just for a moment, the ambiguities inherent in the phrase. It became clear early on

THE EDITOR'S NOTE Do I dare disturb the universe?  T.S. Eliot The winds of change howl, ricocheting, amplifying, and somewhat disturbing. Typically, change is associated with growth, a new direction, a plan. A move away from the traditional and stepping into the unknown,

A Note From the Editor ‘They say you really die the last time anybody says your name.' – The Lawrence Arms Hang around the same semantic field for any length of time and a sense of exhaustion is sure to creep in. I

A note from the Editor ‘I've never lost a game, I just ran out of time.' – Michael Jordan I know a thing or two about a thing or two, but neither of those things happens to be sports. I boxed,

A concise opening but an honest one: I love people who love things. I do. I love the almost inexplicable, entirely unrelatable, and downright unapologetic geekery of those who are truly passionate about, well, just about anything. I love the

‘If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world. – J.R.R. Tolkien Despite the inherent universality of the stuff, food sure can be a divisive little thing. Food, as a concept, is

“Luxury is the ease of a t-shirt in a very expensive dress.”― Karl Lagerfeld Luxury’s a funny one, isn’t it? It’s a nebulous little word, as unapologetic in its uniqueness as it is indefinable in its scale. Contrary to popular belief,

A note from the Editor “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” – Maya Angelou There’s something to be said for the brick and mortar

A note from the Editor “I’ve seen a look in dogs’ eyes, a quick and vanishing look of amazed contempt, and I am convinced that basically dogs think humans are nuts.” - John Steinbeck I’ve no doubt mentioned this a time or two

A Note from the Editor ‘Count your bruises one by one and laugh it off’ - The Flatliners  To say we live in uncertain times is an understatement. The past few weeks have made a distant and abstract fear a present

A Note from the Editor So I recently spent the entire month without a phone. It’s a long story. You know the kind. The thirty days long, this-repair-will-only-take-five-days-but-we’ll-then-proceed-to-lose-it kind of  long story.  With my smartphone offering me an odd collation of over