Author: bkillman

Computer screens with mouths and expletives written.

Rise in hate speech online alters algorithm data

There needs to be more laws and regulations that bar the use of online hate speech, making it a

A man is standing with his phone. On the left side he is smiling at his phone and there is a bright orange background with smiling faces. On the right side it is the same man, holding his phone and looking at it sadly. He is standing in front of a dark background with sad and upset faces.

Column: How a therapy chatbot improved my relationship with myself

In my experience, the best way to build relationships with others is to have a strong relationship with yourself.


Jussie Smollett’s suspected assailants willfully committed a hate crime

When the boy cried wolf for the final time, no one believed him. Jussie Smollett, an actor, stood up

Mental Illness patient's artwork is displayed on the walls of the Alcott Center Mental Health Services Studio Gallery

Painted Brain partners with Alcott Center to display art made by patients with mental illness

Los Angeles organizations Painted Brain and the Alcott Center for Mental Health Services joined forces Thursday evening to showcase

Photo illustration of people standing next to each other while looking at their phones.

In person interactions build greater connections

“Let’s connect.” This request may have more than one meaning for some people. Now more than ever, there are

The cam girl looks into a mirror and poses in front of a camera.

Review: Netflix’s “Cam” film displays the horrors of virtual sex work

Netflix’s newest thriller film, “Cam,” exposes an audience to interesting concepts and struggles concerning the world of virtual sex

The protagonist in Suspiria, Susie, uses hypnosis to make her way into a ballet school.

Review: New thriller ‘Suspiria’ isn’t your typical ballet film

Thom Yorke of Radiohead debuts in his first soundtrack for director Luca Guadagnino’s remake of 'Suspiria' Although this film

Local artist Lucas Murgida uses locksmith tools to allow entry into the installation in the gallery.

Local artist invites gallery patrons to escape their mental locks

Local artist Lucas Murgida  held various jobs growing up. He went from being a busboy, to yoga instructor, to


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