Silent Partners

A new documentary Silent Partner profiles gay partners of military personnel who have to go back into the closet to protect their partners’ careers in the military: Ben Cartwright has been a passionate advocate for gay rights for 12 years. He is a regular at gay pride marches, has a pod-cast and writes for a [Read More…]

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Daily Hilarity: Toby on “Revenge of the Nerds”

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Tonight’s Bed Time Story: The Death of Bunny Munro

By Nick Cave, read by Nick Cave: listen (and watch!) here! [Read more…]

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Bursting Your Bubble

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Feminism and Vampires

Feministing breaks down Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Twilight, and True Blood for their implicit (and explicit) views on sex.  While comparing and contrasting True Blood and Twilight, Latoya Peterson drops this tidbit, which is the first thing to make me curious to peek at Twilight (though I’m 99% sure I still won’t): In both series, [Read More…]

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Fallen

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London Puts 30 Pianos On The Street For People To Play

Luke Jerram is the artist behind this “interactive art project”: The pianos, which are secured to the ground with metal cables and have plastic covers in case of rain, have proved a huge hit. All of them are still there — outside the Natural History Museum, on Portobello Road, in Leicester Square and in the [Read More…]

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Broadway Inspired To Focus On African American Experiences

and the apparent reason cited is the election of President Obama: “Now is the time to strike,” said playwright Tracey Scott Wilson, whose play “The Good Negro” about the civil rights movement had a successful off-Broadway run this year.The election of the first black U.S. president is having an enormous influence on culture and theater, [Read More…]

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In Praise of Feelbad Art

Anyone who cites a film’s being “depressing” as a fatal criticism of said film immediately conveys to me that we will never, in a million years, be simpatico.  Jon Canter has a piece in The Guardian on the topic and he profiles Charlie Kaufman’s latest masterpiece: Charlie Kaufman’s Synecdoche, New York is a feelbad classic. [Read More…]

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