Kathleen Halliday is a copyeditor for New Times Broward-Palm Beach. She earned a BA in English and criminology, as well as a minor in music industries, at the University of Miami. Halliday began writing for New Times in 2011 while she was studying at Sussex University. She earned an MA in electronic communication and publishing from University College London. While she was living in the UK, she met her husband, who patiently listens to her wax poetic about literature and crime shows.
9 months ago | Concerts
Robert Schwartzman has not always been as enthusiastic about Rooney as he is today. "I'll tell you this," he says. "I remember being onstage in Rooney years ago and playing these songs and not feeling inspired... I needed to take time away from th...
1 year ago | Culture
Vanesa R. Del Rey doesn’t think she could have stayed in her native Cuba. People who are different are ostracized, she says. "It’s tough," she adds. A small, slender woman with dark eyes and a wry smile, the artist might seem demure if it weren’t ...
5 years ago | Books
Reading books is fun. Reading lengthy, snooty reviews of books is not. So Cultist breaks down the biggest book releases for you without all the stuffy pretense.This week, we read This Is How You Lose Her by Junot Díaz, which releases today....