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If you aren’t already familiar with Female Force or Bluewater Productions, the new issue featuring Liza Minnelli is the best place to start! The 24-page vibrant and action-packed comic book biography features the legend of Broadway, film, and television. Liza’s superstardom becomes immortalized in a super cool collaboration by a cover artist Keaton Alexander Kohl, (who created 4 awesome collectable covers), writer Michael L. Frizell, who has creative and creative non-fiction talents, illustrator Rafael Cordeiro, who brought visual life to her story, and publisher Darren...
Last night I saw a band sing about slut shaming.  The band is called Hag Face and they stopped by Brooklyn on their “East Infection Tour.” On stage, they are four witchy, imposing blonde punks from Calgary who scream loud and play fast. The lyrics? “I fuck. I fuck. I fuck. I fuck.”    Image and audio via HAG FACE. ...
Self-described writer, comedian, and cheeseburger aficionado, Megan MacKay, presents her witty censure of Ray Rice and the NFL via another clever makeup tutorial. If you like this one, check out her youtube channel where she roasts Hobby Lobby and other gender-offenders weekly. Her videos are especially bold because the acerbic one-liners attacking misogyny are delivered with an eyeshadow brush. There are a lot of layers here: she is defending femininity, subverting expectations of feminism, and exposing the foundations of systemic injustice. We can’t wait to see more.    Image and...
  This year has been a landmark one for the band Blondie. Not only have they celebrated their 40th anniversary, released a greatest hits album, Ghosts of Download, and went on a world tour, but now cofounder and guitarist, Chris Stein, has a new photo book out, Me, Blondie And The Advent Of Punk, published by Rizzoli and containing fab photos of the band’s adventures in it’s early days (some never published before!).    There was a fantastic book launch and photo show curated by Jeffrey Deitch called "A Blondie Exhibition" (which...
On Sunday, 400,000 people lined up along the west side of Central Park. They came from New York and Wisconsin and Canada and the Republic of Georgia. They had hand-drawn signs on cereal boxes and mass produced posters advocating divestment from fossil fuels. They had stilts, umbrellas, macaws, ukuleles, stickers, pins, and whistles. In the end, so many people showed up and clogged the march route that the crowd had to be dispersed via text message at 5PM, long before most had reached the designated...