The Weekly Swarm: 12/15 – 12/21

The last full week of 2014 is here, so I hope you’re all able to finish this New Year’s Resolutions in time and get some good karma under your belt in time for Christmas. We’ll probably have a shortened week due to the holiday, so re-visit some of last week’s content to keep your minds going, including articles like Travis’ review of Danny Brown’s recent Chicago show, Obama’s announcement that the US will resume diplomatic talks with Cuba, an analysis of the different philosophies found in Interstellar and 2001, exactly what’s going on between North Korea and Sony, LA’s initiative to equip its cops with body cameras, and more!


[RH Photos] Danny Brown at Thalia Hall (12/12/2014)
Bridjet’s Top 10 Live Performances of 2014
United States, Cuba to Renew Diplomatic Talks
Travis Marmon’s Top 10 Albums of 2014
[The Friday Five] What to Know in Music This Week (12/15 – 12/19)
Bridjet’s Top 10 Albums of 2014


[Trailer] Knight of Cups
Sony Hackers Threaten Attacks on Theaters that Screen The Interview
Romanticism vs Enlightenment in 2001: A Space Odyssey and Interstellar
[Weekly Netflix Fix] Mid-December Update
The Canceled Interview: Sony Bows to Hackers, North Korea Wins, and No One is Laughing
[Trailer] American Sniper

The Weekly Swarm Photography

Danielle Tunstall’s Horror-Themed Portrait Photography
UK Journalists Show Support for Professional Photographers
Los Angeles is Mandating Body Cameras for Its Police Force

Geoff Henao

Geoff Henao is a writer/kinda photographer affiliated with the Chicago collective LOD. His interests include film, punk rock, cute girls, graphic novels, video games, and the Chicago Bulls. He's funny sometimes.

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