John Mark Posts

At-Large: The Power of Arts Learning

It wasn’t very large for a high school, but it was just right for me. Dance technique class for 90 minutes daily, a small teacher-to-student ratio, and a freedom of expression beyond compare. It was a […]

Adore Delano: Taking Us There

Singing from a bathtub full of candy hearts, shooting water guns, kicking back cans of PBR, and puking glitter all along the way, Adore Delano’s music video for “Take Me There” is a reflection of […]

At-Large: High Turnover

My work history is a running joke among my friends, particularly from the age of 19 to 24. You could say I’ve lived a colorful life. I worked a total of ten jobs in my […]

Fashion: Summer Icons

Go Vintage and Embrace Your Inner Youth Photography by Taylor Hall O’Brien Styling & Art Direction by John Mark   Asos tank top; Boy Scouts of America shorts; Woodward waist shirt; and Post Accessories jewelry […]

Strange Names Front Man Liam Benzvi on Pronouns, Eye Contact, and Feeling Free

I heard murmurings of a hot local band called Strange Names while finishing up my undergrad at the University of Minnesota roughly five years ago. This fantastic trio made up of Liam Benzvi, Francis Ximenez, […]

At-Large: From Conflict to Celebration

I remember my first Twin Cities Pride like it was yesterday. The prepossessing chaos of Hennepin Avenue, the energy in Loring Park, and the incredible concentration of GLBT individuals for one weekend in our Twin […]

At-Large: Bible Drag & The Power of Play

Shortly after my birth in Indianapolis, I was supposed to move to Venezuela. My loving mother and father had all of our bags packed. An extremely conservative Christian organization was sending them to the mission […]

At-Large: Motivation & the Gym

For some of my friends who don’t attend the gym, it feels to them to be a blaring moniker of vanity. While the gym itself is not a vain construction, people’s declaration of their health […]

At Large: Eating My Emotions / Restaurants To Feel Things

While quality of food is at the top of the list when it comes to our lasting restaurant impressions, the memories we make during our dining experiences can mean so much more. A meal is […]

Choreographers That Move Us

Special thanks to Galen Higgins, Kole Nelson, Bill Cameron The Art of Exhaustion: Carl Flink Black Label Movement Year Founded: 2005 Carl Flink likes to imagine his dancers as animals. “I have never asked […]

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