recentpopularlog in

brendanmcfadden : thecaliforniasundaymagazine   4

My 22 Crushes — The California Sunday Magazine
This past summer, I flew home to Michigan for the funeral of a childhood friend. After the memorial, I went for a drink with a few pals I hadn’t seen since high school, including Tanya, whom I’d nursed a fluctuating crush on from about third to 12th grade. As was true with most of my early crushes, revealing my feelings seemed like a hopeless and terrifying prospect, and I was pretty sure that Tanya had never known. But what surprised me was that after 25 years — and my own recent marriage — being around Tanya still produced the same giddy rush.
thecaliforniasundaymagazine  davyrothbart  relationships  crushes  love 
november 2017 by brendanmcfadden
The College Try — The California Sunday Magazine
Liz Waite and Kersheral Jessup couldn’t afford a higher education, let alone rent. But they worked and scrounged and slept on couches to put themselves through school. Will their degrees be worth it?
thecaliforniasundaymagazine  education  highereducation  college  economy  debt  studentloans 
october 2017 by brendanmcfadden
Breaking Out — The California Sunday Magazine
Vince Staples is only 22 and has one of the best debut albums of the year — so why does he want to quit?
vincestaples  hiphop  music  thecaliforniasundaymagazine 
july 2017 by brendanmcfadden

Copy this bookmark:

to read