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Oct 23, 2020

In 1997 Mark Ames founded the now infamous Moscow independent weekly The Exile. Mark and co editor Matt Taibbi quickly became Moscow media celebrities. The paper was known as much for the content, which was a combination of rigorous investigative reporting and scurrilous satire of the Kremlin elite, as it was for the...


Oct 16, 2020

Margaret Cho

Comedian Margaret Cho once described comedians as "the working class of show business".  Margaret's body of work is difficult to pigeon hole with a single adjective. She is an artist, activist, comedian, actor, and a musician. Margaret has developed a loyal following from her brilliant, non-conformist and often...


Oct 9, 2020

The work of artist Penny Slinger includes photography, collage, film and sculpture. Slinger emerged out of the tumult of the 1960s. Like many of her generation, she went on a  quest for personal freedom and sexual liberation. Penny, channeled these journeys and desires into her collages and sculptures. All of these...


Oct 2, 2020

Alex Zaitchik is a journalist whose beat covers politics, media, and the environment, essentially the kindling that is girding American culture at the moment. He has written for The Nation, The New Republic, the Intercept, Rolling Stone, the Guardian, Foreign Policy, the Baffler, the International Herald Tribune,


Sep 25, 2020

Thurston Moore's new album By the Fire drops today. Almost 40 years earlier in 1980 Thurston started Sonic Youth, which was a major force in bringing experimental rock n roll and noise to the MTV masses.

Since then, Thurston has gone on to work with Yoko Ono, John Zorn, Cecil Taylor, Glenn Branca and many others....