A bonafide bookworm, self-proclaimed nerd, and cat-lover, Julianne is a born-and-raised Brooklynite who loves to listen to a good story and help others cultivate their storytelling skills. Julianne received her Master's degree in Media Studies and Certificate in Media Management from The New School. You can find her crafting new content and updating the social media outlets for Verge of Verse, snapping photos, or chilling out at a cafe or park as she writes about her discoveries and her adventures in the city.
What if you wanted to do a few different things to switch up your schedule? Sometimes we need a change of pace and a chance to learn something new, whether it's a hobby or an insight about ourselves. Here are a few creative ideas to do that can expand ways of how you can view your needs/wants and turn them into indoor activities.
20 Films I Love: A Celebration of Black Lives and Filmmakers From The Last Decade
I’ve curated a list of 20 films about black lives dear to my heart, in various genres including horror, animation, science fiction, and romance. I made the list in the hopes that I could expose others to amazing, unique, films about black lives that aren't trauma porn.
ASTC is not your conventional dance company. Rather than stick to the fine lines and rules of tradition, ASTC lives up to its name by striving to teach, promote, and celebrate diversity in movement and storytelling across different cultures, techniques, generations, and genres.