Thanks to the Feminist Law Professors, I heard Virgina Woolf's voice for the first time this morning.  As I cuddled up to the tiny speakers on my computer I felt a little giddy.   This is the only known recording of Woolf's voice. It is from a 1937 BBC radio conference and it is beautiful. Read More
 Do your favorite art forms get downgraded to ''craft''?  From sewing to horror flicks, many of our beloved pursuits are condemned by the masses as passe or campy.  Comics are no exception to this rule of kitsch; often mixed with romance novels and Ring Pops in the grocery store checkout lane--a catchall for our culture's most ''tacky'' items--only the daring pore over their contents in the public eye. An exhibit in Columbus, Ohio titled ''This Is A Comic Book'' has set its sight on challenging many of our assumptions about comics. Read More

Actor

BY Web Intern in Music

St. Vincent is as dulcent as she is haunting in her beautifully spooky, almost cinematic album Actor. Read More

The Eternal

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Sonic Youth, fresh from the clutches of Geffen Records, nod to the city, fellow artists, and pop culture through their longevity-cementing album The Eternal. Read More

Polly Scattergood

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Wander alongside charming, Brit-pop darling Polly Scattergood's somber and experimental self-titled album. Read More

Preliminaires

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The Godfather of Punk explores his intellectual side, reaching to literary influences and flirting with jazz in Preliminaires. Read More

Good Evening

BY Web Intern in Music

L.A. lounge tunes with a low-fi feel from arty girl Nite Jem in Good Evening. Read More