Occupy Wall Street, you say?

Something is happening in the United States. The unrest has bubbled. What’s been happening in New York City for the past 16 days is borne from a general unrest amongst the economical classes. A divide that’s been building and swaying towards the rich on Wall St. has people taking to the streets. They’re calling it … Continue reading Occupy Wall Street, you say?

Magazine’s aren’t dead

A think piece from the upcoming print issue of Spotlight Magazine. There’s a reason why you’re reading this. Magazines aren’t dead. And it’s time we admit and take joy in this fact. Repeat after me: Magazine’s aren’t dead. Let that sink in. Almost two years ago I wrote an article for Adbusters titled, “The Death … Continue reading Magazine’s aren’t dead

The Death of Print

by Ryan Bolton “Every time a newspaper dies, even a bad one, the country moves a little closer to authoritarianism; when a great one goes, like the New York Herald Tribune, history itself is denied a devoted witness.” —Richard Kluger, Pulitzer Prize-winning author. The print industry I grew up admiring is dying. But even as its … Continue reading The Death of Print