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Fame, Performance and Ritual in Paris is Burning

by Kareem Reid

One of the many significant moments in Paris is Burning, Jennie Livingston’s seminal portrait of late 1980s New York, was a montage of New York’s wealthiest going about their daily lives, walking the streets, shopping and appearing to enjoy themselves. 1,347 more words

TV And Film

How to Get Away With Throwing a Surprise Party (HTGAWM Recap 3x04)

This post will contain spoilers for episode 3×04 of How to Get Away with Murder.

I’m not someone who loves surprises. It’s just not in my nature – I’m a curious person and I want to know what’s going on all the time. 1,411 more words

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Bothered by the Befikre trailer? Me too

Kiss. Antics. Kiss. Antics. Make out session in a car. End. That people, is what I saw delivered as a trailer for Befikre. A peppy title track composed by duo Vishal-Shekhar got my foot tapping, but if you expect me to say anything else that is remotely positive, it’s not going to happen. 534 more words

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Star Wars: Rogue One, it seems Disney's got it right!

I don’t usually post about this sort of stuff, but I think it would be a crime to include something I was so into. So here it goes! 251 more words

TV And Film

The Black Artistic Revolution

by Alex Reaves

“This s*** is for us.” This lyric from Solange’s latest release, A Seat at the Table, perfectly captures the new trend of black people reclaiming what’s ours. 860 more words

TV And Film

Tales from the Jurassic Coast

Britain’s Jurassic Coast is a famous location for fossil hunters. Dorset’s Lyme Regis in particular was a collecting ground for two very important Victorian palaeontologists – Elizabeth Philpot (1780-1857) and Mary Anning (1799-1847) – and the site yielded some of the earliest specimens of Ichthyosaurs and Plesiosaurs. 554 more words

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Actively Engaging Media

I’ll never understand people who don’t read. That’s not true. I’ll never understand people who passively ingest media. Thems the kind that just let the TV happen at ’em. 812 more words

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