“At the end of the day, the lesson will be that none of us really can live on $10 a day.”
Boston’s DIY garage, psych, and rock acts joined forces for this summer’s best compilation album.
And what emerges is a document of the Hollywood that Hollywood declines to show us. Tangerine becomes a critique of surfaces themselves: The LA we know from movies and TV, revealed to be as false as the idea that anatomy dictates gender.
It’s true that Warhol was beginning to exploit commercialism and to show irony in our everyday life, but Corita really influenced many more people than she was influenced by …
Image via Angel City Press OUT OF THE DARKNESS The following is an excerpt from Corita Kent. Art and Soul. The Biography. by April Dammann. Published by Angel City Press, 2015. In the summer of 1968, Sister Corita takes what might be a lifesaving sabbatical in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, staying with her friend and […]
It’s disappointing to yet again hear nothing about Half-Life 3, but there’s enough action to ensure that the average gamer will have No-Life for at least another year.
Los Angeles singer-songwriter Jessica Pratt heals her wounds with strange, dark, hypnotic folk songs.
“It’s got all the lesbians, and everything that connects the lesbian community online.”
“I just never want to do the same records twice.”
The jeers and fears of an entire region snowballed into one flaming tirade (Plus: Introducing #SnowBostonOlympics)