The Cure’s ‘Seventeen Seconds’ is the perfect Halloween soundtrack

Whether you’re looking for artistic inspiration, watching a horror movie, partying with the four people you’re quarantined with, eating candy, breaking it to your parents that you’ve decided to become goth, running from serial killers, or haunting innocent hikers, be sure to put “Seventeen Seconds” on this Halloween.

Go to your local parks

There are a lot of great parks around here. Here are a few of my favorites:

The art of kokedama

There are different ways to carefully compose a kokedama, but in this article I will explain how a woman from Jardin Terrariums working with Rochester Brainery taught us.

Liv on the Edge: A brief history of bucket hats

I love bucket hats. I think they make everyone look like a baby, regardless of who they are.

“The Haunting of Bly Manor” revels in the horror of a love story

In my opinion, the kind of horror in “The Haunting of Bly Manor” may be the best of them all — the existential horror of humanity. 

Liv on the Edge: Scary movies for people that hate being scared but want to get in the Halloween spirit

Here is a list of movies that are spooky and seasonal, but not too scary, to get you through this socially distanced Halloween. 

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 is a reminder of what makes video games fun

As a total package, the game makes a successful argument for “Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater’s” relevance in 2020, and acts as a reminder that great game design ages like fine wine. 

Even after 8 seasons, ‘The Blacklist’ hasn’t told us anything

Every answer in this show comes with a bucket full of questions. Its seven seasons are going on eight and I still feel like I haven’t learned anything.

‘The Mandalorian’ is more of a western than you think

Don’t assume it doesn’t have depth or creativity just because it’s Star Wars.

Liv on the Edge: The fall equinox and the turning of the tides

Plagued by such existential dread, I celebrated the fall equinox with my roommates on Tuesday night.