I was born under a summer sign. Everyone I know seems to have been, as well. I mean, everyone. When the stars come out at night, they align in a question, a movement, asking after a direction. You feel lost and found at once. You feel an energy gathering, like inertia and moment in the … Continue reading If You Look Out Your Rightside Window, You See We Are Approaching Summer. The Captain Has Turned On Your Grow-Your-Hair-Out Sign and Bare Legs Will Be Coming Down The Aisle To Get Tan and Sweaty.
In a Letter to MoMA’s Director, Activists Declare Plan to Protest Inside Museum The activists plan to escalate their weekly protests against the Museum of Modern Art with a tour throughout midtown Manhattan next week.by Hakim Bishara Support Hyperallergic’s independent arts journalism. Become a member today » For the past three weeks, activists have gathered every Friday at … Continue reading Activists are Protesting the Museum of Modern Art and Plotting Towards A Different Future for Art and Its A-Cumulative Cachet – Reblog from Hyperallergic
‘Sisters With Transistors’: A Brief History of Electronic Music’s Unsung Pioneers 80-minute documentary is a much-needed spotlight on women like Pauline Oliveros and Suzanne Ciani, despite significant gaps in the story it tells ByCLAIRE SHAFFER https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7r-3hlzpV7M&feature=emb_logo Electronic music — or, as we think of it today, most popular music — is so taken for granted … Continue reading ‘Sisters With Transistors’: A Brief History of Electronic Music’s Unsung Pioneers – From Rolling Stone
Trump’s Delegitimization of Democracy Isn’t Wearing Off By Ed Kilgore People who are fond of democratic norms have been hoping that the widespread Republican mistrust of the fairness of the 2020 elections that Donald Trump created before, during, and after Election Day would fade, another vestige of four aberrant years yielding to something approaching “normalcy.” So … Continue reading Trump’s Delegitimization of Democracy Isn’t Wearing Off – from Intelligencer
Josh Hawley’s Virtual Reality The senator’s new book is an assault not just on Big Tech, but on basic facts of US history. Josh Hawley's criticisms of tech companies are not original, but he delivers them with gusto.PHOTOGRAPH: EVELYN HOCKSTEIN/BLOOMBERG/GETTY IMAGES WHEN JOSH HAWLEY was last in the headlines, it was for spearheading the effort to challenge the … Continue reading Josh Hawley’s ‘Big Tech’ Book Overthrows the Tyranny of Reality – From Wired Magazine
About ‘Condition Oakland’Posted Sections Up So FarTRACK 2 – CHAPTER NINE: A RUN FOR THE BORDER We really have our shit together sometimes, with the band. I mean, sometimes we all get to practice early, when we plan it out, and we play songs on the stereo for each other. Songs we want to take … Continue reading Posting My First Novel: ‘CONDITION OAKLAND: Confessions of a Naïve Punk With a Heart Full of Arson, An Oh, How the World Doth Quake & Burn’ – TRACK 2 – CHAPTER NINE: A Run For the Border
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MqhPAG82Xdc The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders is getting an update in the months ahead, I'm told. Love and Divine Birthright are being classified as diseases. This comes hot on the heels of a decision to make protesting illegal unless the law is on your side, which I did not vote for proposition … Continue reading Where There Is Fire, We Will Carry Gasoline (READ THIS AND THE WAR IS WON)