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The Hair Revenant

Such a big deal. The hair.  

“What’s wrong with your hair?” my mother asked every time I saw her until her death when I was forty years old. 477 more words

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Rivka Galchen--"How Can I Help?" (New Yorker, September 19, 2016)

SOUNDTRACKAGES AND AGES-“Divisionary (Do the Right Thing)” (Field Recordings, August 28, 2014).

I really like this song.  I’ve heard several recordings of it.  The studio version, the Tiny Desk Concert, the one with the Northwest Children’s Choir and now this one. 471 more words

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Edwidge Danticat–”Sunrise, Sunset” (New Yorker, September 18, 2017)

 SOUNDTRACK: AJ DAVILA-“Es Verano Ya” (Field Recordings, September 24, 2014). 

AJ Davila is part of the “unhinged Puerto Rican garage-rock band” Davila 666. For this Field Recording [ 543 more words

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Moonves Is Gone. Where Was the CBS Board?

From the outside, it may be easy to think the CBS board was caught flat-footed when the first accusations of sexual harassment against the company’s CEO Les Moonves became public. 188 more words

News Of The Super Rich

No, I Will Not Debate You

Laurie Penny | Longreads | September 2018 | 15 minutes (3,795 words)

“The media here is the opposition party.
They don’t understand this country.”
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