The Falcon


Accessible made inaccessible

Taylor Muñoz

April 3, 2019

  Frye exhibit isolates itself from audience Gretchen Frances Bennett is interested in evidence, the kind of evidence transcends facts or data; it is much more personal. Whether it’s an accidental teardrop shed on a photog...

Living between worlds

Living between worlds

January 9, 2019

Supporting music

Taylor Muñoz

November 28, 2018

Necessity of patronizing the arts   I was 16 years old when my dad bought me my first record. It was “Torches” by Foster the People, my favorite album of all time, purchased from Amoeba Music in Los Angeles. At the t...

Living in violence

Taylor Muñoz

November 14, 2018

Reckoning with unavoidable risk   When I learned that 12 people, some my age, were shot dead in my home state last week, fear and anger swallowed me whole. Leaving the safety of my bed felt impossible. Some days, it was. The more I...

Ian Sweet rediscovers truth in “Crush Crusher”

Taylor Muñoz

November 7, 2018

Jilian Medford, front woman for the band Ian Sweet, has found her way back down to earth. Her new record, “Crush Crusher,” is the vessel that took her there.   “Crush Crusher” is a palpable showcase of her raw talent. Un...

Big Boi stands alone

Taylor Muñoz

October 31, 2018

A reflection on the talent of Antwan André Patton   As Antwan André Patton set a genre on fire with his groundbreaking work in hip-hop duo Outkast along André 3000, he became universally known as Big Boi, his stage name....

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