Kizzmos: The Product You Knew You Needed But Forgot to Invent

Tonight I am going to a secret session, which is exactly what it sounds like: an invitation-only house party at a clandestine location, where attendees are free to consume joints, dabs, and edibles in a safe, comfortable space. While I’m…

Games & Strains: Sushi Go + NYC Diesel

Who doesn’t love sushi? Who doesn’t love cuteness? Gamewright knows these things and has capitalized on them. I am a shameless fangirl of Gamewright. Yes, they are a company that develops children’s games. Why am I so obsessed, then? Because it…

Half-Baked Treats: Cooking at the Doctor’s House

  We’ve gathered at The Doctor’s House, in front of the Rumsford Style, salt-glazed tile fireplace to share stories and learn. Everyone’s background is a little different. Some come from health care – their employers don’t know this is what…

We’re Not Here ‘Cause We Want to Entertain: What I Learned When I Took My Daughter to See Sleater-Kinney in Brooklyn

A tiny girl in a silver beanie, blond bob peeking out from underneath, stands on a plush red chair a dozen or so rows from the stage, an act that is strictly prohibited here at the King Theatre in Flatbush,…

How Much Candy Can the Cannador Hold?

As parents, we know better than most that just because something’s damaged, doesn’t make it useless. So when Zane from Cannador mentioned that he had a perfectly good unit sitting in his warehouse with a tiny chip in the corner,…

With Love in our Hearts: Happy Valentine’s Day

Image by: Sierra Rivers Hollister Happy Valentine’s Day, Splimm community! Shower the world with your love, love, love!  

This Cynical, Petrified Heart: Marching in Montpelier

By Nathaniel Miller, Northfield, VT   We took our just-4-yr-old to the Women’s March in Montpelier. He carried a sign that said “We are the Storm” on one side and “This isn’t normal” on the other (thanks, @justseeds!). To him…

May It Be So: Women’s March, Faith & Intersectional Feminism

By Rev. Courtney Stange-Tregear, Seattle, WA I will remember it as a glorious, exhilarating, dreadful kind of day. The kind of experience that defies categorization. I was thrilled to be there and honored to be there in an official capacity…

How Are You Feeling?: Post Inauguration Reflections

By Myra Sessions, Boston, MA How have I been feeling since the inauguration of Donald Trump to our highest office? It’s complicated.   I feel angry that our most sacred values are being violated. I feel angry that our President…

Photos from the Women’s March in Denver

Photos of the Denver Women’s March, taken by Barry Lauder. Signs and people line the streets. And if you don’t have one, maybe be quiet and listen? Everyone gets involved. Ground level.   words by splimm