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Another double value soul single

Another vinyl nugget from my attic and another single with two different artists. This looks like a promotion for the film Dirty Dancing although a similar combination was recorded as part of the Tamla Motown 50th Anniversary series. 136 more words

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Week 19: Party Crashing: How the Hip-Hop Generation Declared Political Independence by Keli Goff

Side note: apologies for not posting in several weeks. I decided to take a public speaking class this summer at a local community college for fun (I’m crazy, I know), and it really slowed my roll reading-wise. 600 more words

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Beth Collar in-residence: exploring all things female narrative at Glasgow Women's Library

Wewioraprojects are delighted to confirm London based artist Beth Collar as artist-in-residence at Glasgow Women’s Library commencing her 3 week research and development time on 5th August. 187 more words

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Review: A Touch Of Sin

Jia Zhangke’s latest film, A Touch Of Sin, has caused something of a stir in his native China, where censors refused the film’s screening. It seems generally believed that this is not only because of the film’s violence (which is considerable at times, but far from boundary-breaking), but also thanks to the greater depiction of a nation that the film paints; that of a land of injustices, of exploitation and of unrecognised daily tragedies. 659 more words

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Respect The Shooter - Sean Quincy Munro

Today’s interview features a personal favourite photographer of mine who I’ve kept up with for a while. His handle goes by GoodHabit but I now know him by SQ. 673 more words

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Elsa Korneti

Tvångstankar

Du nötte ut dig i en mycket överdriven
egocentrisk sysselsättning
med förevigandet av dina celler,
så att du idag, genom en klarsynt mognad,
kommer fram till att det endast handlar om… 197 more words

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Question Of The Day: July 22, 2014

Q: According to a survey… 90% of cell phone owners do this… What?

216-578-0104 to win a Pierre’s Ice Cream Party for 25 people.

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