The Breit Mark Factor: That Burning Liberal Epiphany You Just Had? It’s Just Gas.

By the amount of Facebook posts and idiotic replies in the comment sections of the dozen or so news articles I read every day, liberalism is beginning to sound a lot like elitism. Hypocritical statements, faux outrage and misguided political correctness have caused me to be more at odds with progressives than I feel comfortable with. Shut the fuck up and […]

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12 things that need to stop happening on social media

These things just need to stop. 1. The four-frame photo that says what one sentence could. Hey, people who do this… Did you know that uhm, You’re trying to make stupid Seem cool and edgy. (It’s not. It’s still stupid.) Stop. 2. Snarky comments over generic memes. Because why ever preoccupy yourself with figuring out something worthwhile to say when there […]

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“People Expect Me Just to be Funny.” Musician and Comedienne Ali Spagnola on what #YesAllWomen Means to Her

By now, we should be used to Salon.com writer Mary Beth Williams perfectly articulating our collective feelings in one sentence or less (Exhibit A: her comment about Gwyneth Paltrow on Today) but she often strikes a note of such profundity that she will summarize entire social movements with a few simple words. On May 27th, she wrote an article in […]

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Kevin Arrow: #MyHandHoldingThings, A Digital Gallery

Kevin Arrow is a multidisciplinary artist living in Miami Beach who has been a part of South Florida’s art and music scene since the ‘80s. A painter, filmmaker, photographer and collagist; he has recently turned his obsessions with collecting and collections (read: obsessive compulsive behavior) to his Instagram presence with the hashtag #MyHandHoldingThings. There is something inherently archival about the […]

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