BY Katie Oldaker in Feminizzle on Mar 12, 2010 |
Constance McMillen had a simple question for her high school principal: she wanted to make sure it was okay for her to wear a tux and bring her girlfriend to prom. What ensued became much bigger than anyone would have anticipated: the school told her no, and when she told them that their ruling was discrimination and that her lawyer would be contacting them, the Itawamba County School District (located in Fulton, Mississippi) decided to cancel prom ... Read More
BY Susan Engberg in Artsy on Mar 12, 2010 |
Krystal Banzon directs this new play by Mariah MacCarthy at the East Village’s UNDER St. Marks Place, March 25 – April 3, 2010.
Social justice takes a hilarious stand! In this outrageous show a god-like, androgynous MC guides eight gender stereotypes (including Girly Girl, Manly Man, Nice Guy, a Gay Best Friend, a Slut, a Feminist Lesbian, and a Tomboy) on sexy and comical journeys from pop culture pigeonholes to Human Beings. ... Read More
BY Katie Oldaker in Music Stuff on Mar 12, 2010 |
After weeks of fan anticipation, Lady Gaga's new video "Telephone" (featuring Beyonce!) premiered last night. It's had over a million hits in the 12-ish hours since it's been on her official YouTube page. In typical Gaga fashion, it's colorful, fun to watch, and absolutely crazy. Check it out after the jump.
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I can't say I get it, but I like it. Also, "this is a disastuh" is going into my ... Read More
BY Intern Leala in Music Stuff on Mar 12, 2010 |
Here's the new video for the single "In the Sun" from She and Him's upcoming March 23 release Volume Two.
And keep a look out for She and Him in an upcoming issue of BUST!
Photo courtesy of Merge ... Read More
BY Intern Laura in Music Stuff on Mar 11, 2010 |
Hadestown, an extensive, collaborative "folk opera" written by Vermont based singer/songwriter Anaïs Mitchell, features some of the biggest names in folk today. With contributions from Ani DiFranco, Justin Vernon of Bon Iver, influential folk veteran Greg Brown, The Low Anthem's Ben Knox Miller, and the multi-talented Haden Sisters (who have contributed to countless projects from The Decemberists to The Rentals), Mitchell's opera re-envisions the familiar ... Read More