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Kelly Towles video

During our studio visit with Kelly Towles, we recorded some questions and conversation about making it in DC and the unique nature of the city. Our buddy Mauricio put everything together into a quick introspective on Towles‘ thoughts about DC, his own style and projects in the future.

Contributors Incoming

We’d like to thank all you readers for stopping by and checking out our content, our photos and our perspective on all things near and dear to our hearts. We’re nearing the the end of our second month of full operation at Ennui, and we’ve got some big changes and directions in the future.

We are not an arts/culture/music blog. Although we do pull from a variety of sources and materials pertaining to the arts and culture that exist in the clouds already, we strive to bring you subjectivity in our objectivity. We try to create a linearity, a story within our curation and even more so in our coverage. Our goal is to reveal a process or a system at work and let you make your decision on the matter.

In the next week we’ll be introducing two contributing writers who have already taken a stake in their digital and real-world territories, and they’ll be crafting their personae as a piece of Ennui also. Just to add a little mystique to our workings…

In the meantime, enjoy our columns, our recon, our perspective, and as always, enjoy your city and your surroundings and feel free to submit content at any time.

Introducing… the Columns page

As with any blog there’s always multiple avenues to find and read content. While newer stories might get run through in a few moments, we try and keep original and noteworthy content and focuses at the forefront, despite the weaknesses of a chronological layout.

If this is your first time, you have to use columns. Not really, but basically our weekly content gets posted and pushed back all the times, so as we expand with more coverage and content types, you can come back and sift through past postings or use each link box as a way to stay up to date on our series and perspectives. Win-win.

As always, comments, questions, tips and criticisms are welcome, and we encourage you to hit our blog on the daily for the freshest scoop.