Kate Seltzer

I'm a sophomore political science and communications major at University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia. I like mac n' cheese and the color green. I spend an inordinate amount of time obsessively consuming all forms of media.

stories by Kate Seltzer

Buck Gooter Lives On

Buck Gooter Lives On

Two years after the passing of his longtime bandmate, Terry Turtle, Billy Brett soldiers on, continuing the legacy of Harrisonburg noise-rock veterans Buck Gooter with new album Head In A Birdcage. Billy Brett is the lone surviving member of Buck Gooter – “the earthly...

A Long-Awaited Return

A Long-Awaited Return

After over a year of limited operations, Richmond's LGBTQ bars -- and its LGBTQ community -- finally got a taste of post-pandemic life, just in time for Pride month. On the first Thursday night after Governor Northam lifted mask and capacity restrictions statewide,...

Music As A Weapon

Music As A Weapon

With the debut EP from his new mostly solo project, White Beast, musician and filmmaker Jeffrey Rettberg is hoping to inspire introspection in the minds of those "who have drifted into radical right wing ideology." Jeffery Rettberg produced a lot of music at the...

The End Of Virginia’s Death Penalty

The End Of Virginia’s Death Penalty

Thanks to Governor Ralph Northam and the General Assembly, Virginia's long tradition of imposing the death penalty is headed for a permanent end in the near future. We look back at the history to see why this is a positive development for the commonwealth. With...




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