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This Weekend: 2017 NYC Q***r Comic Fair at Bureau of General Services-Q***r Division!
WabiSabiZinez and Carmine Street Comics are proud to present the first annual New York City fair geared entirely towards q***r sequential art.
CATCHING THE WAVE: PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE WOMEN’S MOVEMENT - On Display at Harvard: November 7, 2016 to March 17, 2017 -- because we all need some inspiration in this post-election period
Almost every city is full of men’s names, names that indicate who made history. What if New York’s streets instead celebrated the city’s great women?
BREAKING NEWS: The original habitat used to grow Donald Trump's hair has been located in Tromsø, Norway, one of the northernmost cities in the world. Scientists confirm that Trump, just like the Biblical Samson, draws most of his power from his hair.
Work Not Play | Jacobin
Like any other group of workers, progress for musicians will only come when they organize collectively.
Portugal's Parliament Overrides Presidential Veto Of Gay Adoption
Legislation to allow gay couples to adopt passed Parliament the second time with more votes than it garnered the first time.
Macaulay Culkin Reveals How Messed Up Kevin McCallister Is 25 Years After ‘Home Alone’
In the first episode of a new web series, Macaulay Culkin reprises the role that made him a child star and reveals how traumatized his ‘Home Alone’ character would be all these years later.
"[...] even in the US, a police state was only another 9/11 away"
The author, the whistleblower and the movie star
Paradox of Hedonism. On the Philosophy of Pleasure
The Garden of Earthly Delights by Bosch The paradox of hedonism, also called the pleasure paradox, is the idea in the study of ethics which points out that pleasure and happiness are strange phenomena...
Female street artists, rock on.
Graffiti is not just for the guys.
Violence, art and NYC hardcore. Dan Witz's upcoming exhibit.
Dan Witz is painfully familiar with the sweat-stained violence of New York hardcore punk concerts. Attending shows in Brooklyn and...
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David Byrne's disillusionment with current security and surveillance practices has him ponder a life post-Internet.
Disillusionment with the Internet is at an all-time high thanks to the snooping of NSA agents, corporate algorithms and cyber thieves. What would a world without the web look like? David Byrne imagines a society that has gone totally offline—if only to suggest what a truly secure online life might l...
GoNightclubbing recreates The Video Lounge from Danceteria at The Fales Library & Special Collections
New York University’s Fales Library and Special Collections presents the GoNightclubbing Video Lounge, a multi-media installation curated by Pat Ivers and Emily Armstrong paying tribute to the infamous Danceteria Video Lounge, which they created in 1980. The re-imagined Video Lounge installation cel...
To launch Only Lovers Left Alive, the new Jim Jarmusch film starring Tilda Swinton and Tom Hiddleston, Cinema Paradiso Events are holding an exclusive NYC preview experience followed by a live concert on Tuesday, April 1. Tickets are $35 and can be purchased now at:
ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE - Film Screening followed by Live ConcertCinema Paradiso is proud to announce an event in NYC on April 1st to launch the new Jim Jarmusch film 'Only Lovers Left Alive', starring Tilda Swinton and Tom Hiddleston. This will take place with an advance screening of the film at Sun...
Iceland, All Tomorrow's Parties festival, and Tilda Swinton. A few of our favorite things.
Tonight at the Bureau of General Services-Q***r Division!
The golden days of New York City's Meat Packing District, particularly its gay and fe**sh scenes, are remembered by photographer Efrain John Gonzalez, who has teamed with the Bureau of General Services - Q***r Division (BGSQD) to present Images From a Different Path. Gonzalez, an internationally pub...
Academic Labor, the Aesthetics of Management, and the Promise of Autonomous Work - nonsite.org
An insistence on autonomy, here, is not about continuing to valorize the self as a site of all meaning and value. The opposite is true. Autonomization is a fundamentally social process. It is a mat...
Gay Propaganda and Russia’s Shrinking Public Space
The investigative journalist on Putin, anti-q***r campaigns, and the “personal catastrophe” of exile.
Last fall, Social Text Journal dedicated its Issue 116 to "Punk and Its Afterlives" (and a mixtape to boot!). The volume not only explores the impact of this sociological phenomenon when it emerged and peaked in the the 1970s, but also considers the ways that it has since evolved and shaped cultural and political landscapes around the globe. A must read for anyone interested in sub-cultural studies.
Issue 100 Collective HistoryIssue 101Issue 102 Recorded SoundIssue 103Issue 104 Dislocations AmericasIssue 105Issue 106 InterspeciesIssue 107Issue 108Issue 115: Genres of NeoliberalismIssue 116 Punk and Its AfterlivesIssue 117: Winter 2013Issue 79 The Global UniversityIssue 80 TechnoscienceIssue 81…
http://www.dazeddigital.com/music/article/18669/1/the-da-zed-guide-to-riot-grrrl - Dazed and Confused Magazine
From baby-dolls to bedrooms: our 26-letter long shrine to the grrrls that owned the nineties.
Archipelago Podcast with Erin Manning explores the Spinozist question, "What can the body do?" - The Funambulist
The multiplicity of mediums used by Erin Manning to address the Spinozist question of “what can a body do” certainly influences this conversation and its “start from the middle,” a Deleuzian notion of which she is particularly fond. Through fashion design, literature, dance and philosophy, we repeat...
For those of you in Philly, check this out:
Join us for a reception celebrating the opening of Pretty Vacant: The Graphic Language of Punk. Light refreshments will be served.Free and open to the public.
Polish Film Posters
Independent publishing is nothing new. From Virginia and Leonard Woolf starting up Hogarth Press to the early days of Farrar, Straus and Giroux championing now-iconic authors that other publishers ...
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