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The Internet seems to have finally solved a cold case that has been open for over 45 years: The Zodiac Killer is Ted Cruz. Evidence: his eyes. The conclusion started as a rumor last month by way of Twitter poll. Since then, activist Tim Faust began using this gem of a conspiracy theory to advocate against Cruz by selling shirts that provide damning evidence that the two men are in fact one person. According to Broadly, Faust is using the money raised by the T-shirts to help fund the...
Kesha has had one hell of a shitty week. Yesterday, she reached out to her fans on instagram for the first time since the announcement that she would not be able to break her contract with Sony and have to continue working with Dr. Luke. An overwhelming amount of love and support has been sent Kesha’s way by fans and fellow artists alike. She posted a lengthier statement on Facebook later in the day yesterday, not only to thank her supporters but to get real about...
Indie powerhouse writer/director Kelly Reichardt's first film, River of Grass, will be rereleased this March — you may know Reichardt from films including Wendy and Lucy, Meek's Cutoff, Certain Women and Night Moves. River of Grass is set in southern Florida, where Reichardt grew up. The film follows bored housewife Cozy, who meets the deadbeat Lee in a bar. Before the night is out, the two commit a crime and must go on the run. Eventually, though, Cozy takes command of her own destiny. A newly restored version...
White feminists have a bad history of ignoring Black women at best and actively harming and discriminating against them at worst. When we do learn about Black history, it is often through a patriarchal lens and through the work of male writers (we learn about Martin but not Ida). Similarly, just like white women dominate mainstream media (movies, TV, magazine and book covers), we also dominate mainstream feminism. Behind every propped up Sheryl Sandberg are countless overlooked and devalued brilliant Black women. If we do not want...
Mickalene Thomas is known for her large-scale, multitextured, and rhinestone-encrusted paintings of domestic interiors and portraits. Much of her photograhic work acts to deconstruct and reappropriate. Her photo series grapple with and assert new definitions of beauty and inspiration. This collection of portraits and staged scenes reflect her personal artisitc inspiration. It is a collection of muses.Tête-à-tête, an installation curated by Mickalene Thomas, explores the idea of communities of inspiration. The work in this series is from photographers that have inspired Thomas. The works are...
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