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The Crazy Salad essays gave me what I was looking for: a more humorous, outsider's interpretation of Us feminism in the 1970s
It was hot, clammy and claggy, in only the way New York can be in August, and I had just moved back to the city after living in London for more than 20 years. Finally unable to bear my oven of a flat any longer, I decided to explore my new neighbourhood and stepped out on to the pavement, which swam before my eyes in the heat and was entirely empty, as every other right-thinking New Yorker had either left the city or was lying prostrate in front of their air conditioner. I wandered around for as long as I could bear it before flinging myself into a little shop I barely looked at save for noticing it had a blessed air conditioner in the window.
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- Hadley Freeman
You finally made it to the big leagues for whatever culturally relevant thing you have wanted to bring to the masses, be it your movie, music, love of being nobody relevant; the TV wasteland awaits you. Your publicist has arranged a few choice outings to go and ‘get your name out there’ but did your publicist provide a guideline of what you can and cannot do in front of a television camera? Probably not. Or maybe they did. It depends if your publicist is your mom’s best friend or a professional mover and shaker.
If it’s the former, no worries. WhatCulture has you covered with these 5 basic rules that have been established through time immemorial (so about, 1976) in regards to how you should act when your persona is being beamed out through the cosmos through a magical process that has yet to be scientifically explained or proven but »
- jay royston
Susan Bee is a painter, editor, and book artist who lives in New York. Bee is represented by Accola Griefen Gallery, New York, where she will have a solo show of new paintings from May 23 to June 29, 2013. Criss Cross: New Paintings will be accompanied by a catalog with an essay by art critic and poet Raphael Rubinstein.
Bradley Rubenstein: Susan, I just saw this piece by Roger Denson in the Huffington Post: "Mira Schor and Susan Bee, the Thelma and Louise of the Feminist Painting and Crit set, pose the biggest threat to male domination of the medium and criticism of painting in that they are critics as wellas painters, and editors to boot, whose joint imprimatur has been pulsing out the feminist-left political art journal M/E/A/N/I/N/G since the mid-1980s." (Huffington Post, May 1, 2012)
I thought that was really great. It ties »
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Good morning! I hope you are having a fabulous Friday.
Out musician Allison Miller has a new song called "No Morphine, No Lilies" for your listening pleasure.
Icymi on our Tumblr/Facebook yesterday, Tegan and Sara have leant their song "Closer" to next week's episode of Glee. In this promo, though, I am thrilled to see "Bye Bye Bye" will also be performed. Hi, I'm Trish and I was an NSync fan.
And Tegan and Sara are keeping busy by performing for and talking with The Current this week.
Veer NYC had a fashion show at The Dalloway and the good news is they met their Indiegogo goal of raising funds to produce their androgynous fashions for you or your girlfriend.
Jodie Foster took her sons to a tennis match, and then she did some walking around L. »
4 items from 2013
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