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Did you enjoy the feminist tea party BUST Magazine threw at the #Primped Craftacular with Sarah Sophia Flicker and Tennessee Thomas at the beginning of the month? How about adding Lizz Winstead to that powerful lineup? The Daily Show creator will join our tea party guests Sarah Sophie Flicker and Tennessee Thomas for a Lady Parts Justice "Teach In" at Deep End Club May 19th. It's the perfect event for those who are curious about politics and their place in ... Read More
The ladies from the Canadian magazine WORN Fashion Journal are hosting a panel, Strong Female Leads: Beyond Algorithms in Publishing, this Wednesday May 14th at 7pm. The panel will address the role of women in the publishing industry, and will feature our own Laurie Henzel, along with some other powerhouse ladies, all talking about the challenges of creating woman-focused content in a heavily male industry.The event will be held at The Housing ... Read More
Ahh, New York City: the original, glorious melting pot. Yet unless you make a conscious habit of touring the cobblestoned side streets of the Lower East Side or popping into the Tenement Museum every now and then, it can be easy to forget that the whole of this island was once a grimy, industrial, cluttered port. Well... okay, so it's still all those things. But it sure looked a lot cooler in the 1900s, no?*  Thanks to a collection of high-res images at Shorpy ... Read More
Dive deep into contemplation today, at the opening of a new, artist-curated warehouse show: RESONANCE: The Thoughts Before Thought. RESONANCE opens April 17 (today, people) and closes on April 27 at the Headscapes Warehouse at 26-19 Jackson Avenue, in Long Island City, Queens. In this group show, multiple talented artists collaborate to transform a warehouse into a metaphysical experience. In its press release, RESONANCE relates the show to psychoanalyst Carl ... Read More
Last night was one of those moments in music history you'll always wish you'd been there for. Nirvana was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in their first year of eligibility by R.E.M.'s Michael Stipe. An all-female lineup, Lorde, St. Vincent, Kim Gordon, and Joan Jett, joined Nirvana to cover their biggest hits. On top of that, the event was open to the public in New York City for the first time. And yes, that is an accordion in bassist Krist ... Read More
For all my pen-pushers out there: N+1 Magazine and Faber and Faber have recently teamed up to bring you a stellar new resource, particularly for those in early-career crisis mode: MFA vs. NYC. This essay collection spiritedly debates the merits of studying creative writing at a university-level versus essentially creating one's own discipline (/opportunities), here in the city. The book, edited by award-winning author Chad Harbach, offers sage advice to ... Read More
  Lady Pink is a no-joke graffiti artist who got her start painting in high school, had her fist solo show at 21, and has since continued to dominate in the mostly male street art in NYC with her prolific and powerful pieces. Her work has been shown in collections at the Whitney Museum, the MET, the Brooklyn Museum, and the Groningen Museum of Holland.  Stated by Rhiannon Platt on Complex: "Lady Pink is considered to be ... Read More
  It’s Wednesday; you need some spice in your day. Well, here it is. This adorable group of people figured out that New York City’s subway conductors have a tedious and somewhat pointless task: when they arrive in the station, they must point at a sign to prove they’re awake. And they decided to make their day, and this video just might make yours too!   Video via YouTube Image via LM&M ... Read More
  It’s Wednesday; you need some spice in your day. Well, here it is. This adorable group of people figured out that New York City’s subway conductors have a tedious and somewhat pointless task: when they arrive in the station, they must point at a sign to prove they’re awake. And they decided to make their day, and this video just might make yours too!   Video via YouTube Image via LM&M ... Read More
That is the big question that New York City is raising through a new campaign called the NYC Girls Project, which aims to help promote self-esteem in tweens. In the newest “public education campaign geared towards girls ages 7-12,” new ads will appear on buses, subways, and phone kiosks. While the ads include phrases like, “I’m adventurous,” “I’m a leader,” “I’m creative,” and ... Read More
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