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That'swhatshesaid

When: February 4 – February 7, 8PM
Where: Gay City Health Project, 517 E Pike St
Cost: $15-20; buy tickets here

A one-person performance using only female dialogue from the most-produced plays in America, That’swhatshesaid is a brutal theatrical exercise in isolation. 140 more words

Art/Performance

Lessons on turning 30

By Jess Procter
@north_west_jess

Thirty isn’t old— let’s get that out of the way. Maybe it’s because I spent the last decade serving regulars who were all over 50 and, in comparison, I still feel like I’m treading water in the fountain of youth. 1,497 more words

Vancouver

Why do we laugh, even when it's not funny?

Last night I went to the opening of the The Metromaniacs at the Old Globe Theater in Balboa Park. It was amazing. A perfect combination of mischief, mistaken identities, misplaced infatuation, and true love triumphs in early Enlightenment Paris; … 726 more words

Women

Women in Media

It is deep and long topic but for make proper intro I would love to start to write about extreme example:

Toddlers and Tiaras

Basically this show based on “ 396 more words

Woman of Power Alicia Boler-Davis Named 2016 Corporate Executive of the Year

Each year the Trumpet Awards recognizes the accomplishments of African Americans who have succeeded despite great odds and have inspired success in others. This year, for the 24th Annual Trumpet Awards, General Motors officially announces that senior vice president of Global Connect Customer Experience, Alicia Boler-Davis, has been named the 2016 Corporate Executive of the Year, recognized for her accomplishments and impact on the industry, thus far, with GM. 326 more words

Want to Sell Something? Put a Naked Chick on It.

Ethics in media is a mixed bag. How far is too far when you are trying to sell a product or service?

Using sex to sell products has been popular since the 1900’s. 266 more words

Emerging Media

No More Fun and (Video) Games!

Video Games have conventionally been more of male dominated activity–after all, the most popular games almost always have male main characters, so why would women be interested in them anyway, right? 468 more words

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