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The American grunge pioneers and total badasses L7 have announced their first album in 20 years coming Feb 2019. After releasing two hard-hitting singles, “Dispatch From Mar-a-Lago” and “I Came Back to Bitch,” along with their critically acclaimed documentary, L7: Pretend We’re Dead, the band is ready to come back to the music scene.  You can pre-order the album today on PledgeMusic, to support L7’s art. The band is offering fans an array of rewards from a signed limited edition “I Came Back To Bitch,” vintage...
Actress and comedian Abbi Jacobson, best known her role in Broad City, addressed her sexuality in an interview with Vanity Fair while discussing her new Netflix film 6 Balloons.  Jacobson is super busy with several projects — including a half-hour comedy based on the film A League of Their Own, the next season of Broad City, being a judge on RuPaul’s Drag Race, and voicing a character on the upcoming Netflix animated series Disenchantment. She's super busy, but she is still open to dating. “I kind of go both ways;...
Michelle Obama: Barack Was The Good Parent, Trump Is The…Other Parent Our favorite FLOTUS is back, with a metaphorical burn for Donald Trump. During a discussion at the Simmons Leadership Conference in Boston, Obama used a parenting metaphor to compare her husband’s style with Trump’s: “I always sort of felt like the eight years that Barack was president, it was sort of like having the good parent at home,” she said. “And now perhaps we have the other parent in the house.” Read her full statement...
The prolific painter Edgar Degas once said, “Painting is easy when you don’t know how, but very difficult when you do.” Certainly, to be an artist is to struggle — but there are ways to cultivate that struggle into great art, and live a satisfying, fulfilling life as an artist. LA-based art consultant Beth Pickens wrote Your Art Will Save Your Life (Feminist Press) to reach artists she cannot help on a one-on-one basis. Trump’s takeover of the White House was the final nudge Pickens needed...
Nancy Astor was a glamorous American in London. Now on marriage number two, she could easily have been the stuff of turn-of-the century gossip, but Nancy had better things to do. See, Nancy wanted to be in politics. Now, in 1918, this was not an easy thing to do! Women had just gotten the vote (literally; some women in the UK could first start voting in 1918). BUT Nancy’s husband had just had to give up his seat as MP (Member of Parliament) for his constituency of Plymouth...