Believe it or not, I hate working out. I still do. I wasn’t a fan of it in middle school or in high school (I took a weights and fitness class too). Being sweaty and gross wasn’t cool to me. Suffice to say, I was not the most athletic kid growing up. I didn’t really … More Run, Mikey! Run!
Summer is here and that means indulging in new must-see television. TV is becoming so varied with its programming that not only can films embody an indie theme, but so can the small screen. One such series is USA network’s Mr. Robot. The title alone leads you to believe it’s about androids, however there are … More Domo Arigato, Mr. Robot
Writing is arguably one of the most difficult subject matter in elementary education. Nowadays, the Common Core Curriculum is asking students to communicate, use critical thinking and creative skills, as well as collaborate with one another. To that end, I utilize the Step-Up to Writing program. Whether it’s an opinion piece, personal narrative, or informative … More Teaching Writing in Elementary
This year I had passes for Thursday, Friday, and Sunday. Since I didn’t get a Saturday pass, I took that opportunity to roam outside the convention center and even attend an exclusive party. More on that later! On Wednesday, my posse and I went ahead and picked up our sdcc badges at the Town and … More My San Diego Comic-Con 2014 Highlights
Comic-Con first made its inaugural debut in San Diego back in 1970. To commemorate 45 years of celebrating all things comic books, popular arts, and geekdom, San Diego Comic-Con is showcasing an exhibition art gallery that will take fans back in time. The art of Comic-Con can be seen at the Downtown San Diego Central … More The Art of San Diego Comic-Con
The Legend of Korra, the animated sequel to Nickelodeon’s 2005-2008 Avatar the Last Airbender, is quite the enigma when it comes to television programming. When Korra premiered in the spring of 2012, it received rave reviews, noted for its fine storytelling, character development, exquisite animation, with an east-Asian, jazz-influenced soundtrack. However, for fans, the show … More Why You Should Be Watching the Legend of Korra
Even though the ever popular and beloved Legend of Korra saw its series finale back in December, creative artists and fans have come together to showcase their finest work. March 7, 2015 saw the grand opening of theLegend of Korra and Avatar the Last Airbender Tribute Exhibition. Fan artwork as well as projects from the creators of the show were displayed at … More The Legend of Korra and Avatar the Last Airbender Live On!