Liv on the Edge

Liv on the Edge: “Sabrina the Teenage Witch” and other thoughts

The show's idea of another world, and other such innocent musings, take me away from the current state of the world and into another one — a cute, peculiar, early 2000s world. 

Liv on the Edge: Creativity in the time of corona

It can be hard to find the energy to shift something that was once so easy and meaningful in person to an Internet landscape.

Liv on the Edge: A ghost story

One of the most common tropes in horror fiction is the idea that the ghost — or the alien, or the demon, or the spirit — always exposes itself to the youngest member of the family.

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.

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.

Liv on the Edge: Racism is all around us

It pounds and beats in the heart of a system supposedly designed to protect us: we, the people. We are not immune.

Liv on the Edge: I’ve run out of control

I’ve felt a little out of control recently. I imagine most other people our age are feeling that way, too.

Liv on the Edge: Things to do when we return

Oh, the places we’ll go, like Dr. Seuss says. Here’s a list of things we can do around Rochester whenever we see it again. 

Liv on the Edge: Slowly getting by

Sometimes, if I wave, the bus driver honks and waves back. That’s my world right now. Well, that and Slowly, a free app my friend Ashley showed me.