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Amelia Earhart’s groundbreaking influence and charming quirkiness are the focus of The Sound of Wings, the story of this fascinating, if less than prodigious, aviator.
One woman navigates the corruption, controversy, and moral ambiguities of Ukraine’s darkest port city in Midnight in Odessa.
Full of dark humor and melancholy wit, Mean Little Deaf Queer stories the triumphs and stumbling blocks of one woman's handicapped life.
Adrienne Urbanski picks up where The Women’s Room left off, exploring and experimenting with the definition of modern womanhood in The Love Children.
Jemina Pearl, of Be Your Own Pet buzz, is out with a new single titled, 'I Hate People' featuring Iggy Pop. I just saw the diner-inspired video (with Thurston Moore!) and I must say, I find the campy bits featuring old pics of Mr. Pop quite cute. Definitely check it out below.
Take a refresher course in punk rock as it once was with Grunge, Michael Lavine and Thurston Moore’s photographic ode to alt.
Apparently, Oprah received some flak for not having Sarah Palin on her show during the presidential election. Oprah states that Palin's team never asked for her to be on the show and besides, why should they have? They probably knew like the rest of us that lady O was a huge Obama supporter from the start. Anyhoo, Oprah will feature Ms. Palin on Nov. 16th, the day before Going Rogue: An American Life, lands in bookstores. If you're like me, you could care less about the book but want to see what the hell Palin has to say now.
I'm a Roald Dahl fan and I must admit, I have never read Fantastic Mr. Fox. Turns out the Wes Anderson movie-adaptation will hit theaters Nov. 25th and from the looks of the preview, I'm incredibly excited and eagerly awaiting its release. If you're unfamiliar with the story, Mr. Fox tries to keep one step ahead of three nitwit farmers Boggis, Bunce, and Bean who are trying to dig him out of his home! Cute shenanigans follow as Fox and the gang try to keep their lead, as well as hide out where the farmers least expect them.
Attention, NYC-dwelling BUSTies! Candacy A. Taylor, author of Counter Culture: The American Coffee Shop Waitress, will be on hand next week to sign copies of her book. She'll be popping into Bluestockings Bookstore on Friday, October 30 at 9 PM, and we hear there will be pie! Taylor's book focuses on women age 50 and older who have worked as diner waitresses for most of their lives, and features tons of awesome photographs. You can see a few of them in a July piece from The New Yorker.
To the ladies and fellas of NYC and Philly, Eden Fantasys presents porn star April Flores and director Carlos Batts, who will be on hand on Oct. 22nd and 24th for an art show comprised of 20 artists who gave her love-toy a makeover. While there, also check out the East Coast premiere of Flores' most recent film, Voluptuous Biker Babes, take part in a raffle to benefit a few lovely organizations (ASC NYC, Sex Work Awareness, and William Way Community Center), catch some live music, and have some drinks all in the name of porn. And oh, it's a BUST sponsored event so that's a little plus.
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