Well, if you think you've got a shot at figuring out who the subject of Carly Simon's  "You're So Vain" is in the form of a music video, it is!  People have been speculating who the rock'n'roll classic is about since the song hit airwaves back in 1973 and Carly is giving her fans a chance to finally put the rumors to rest.  Fans and filmmakers are encouraged to submit original videos to accompany either the original or newly recorded version of ... Read More
My Valentine's Day experience is pretty similar year-to- year. (This is to say that I've spent every Valentine's Day trying to get over the fact that it's Valentine's Day.) I've always struggled not to be overly cynical of the entire day; being a feminist has often made accepting cultural messages about sexuality and relationships difficult. Since most of my activism has been directed at changing that landscape, I am glad to be taking steps toward doing that this ... Read More
To make your Friday a little more fun, we have the new video from Gemma Ray, a wonderful UK songstress, whose album Lights Out, Zoltar! was deemed one of the best in 2009 by our own Laurie Henzel. The video is composed of over 15,000 still photographs, which gives it an almost stop-motion feel. Check it out!    Image and video courtesy of ... Read More
Screaming Females, one of our favorite bands on Don Giovanni Records, released a compilation of their singles a few days ago called ... Singles. We ended up being pretty jazzed about it, so  we had our writer Erica Varlese whip up a review. Here it is: As the Jersey saying goes, “We pump our fists, not our gas.” And Screaming Females is fist-pumpin’ music. The female-fronted, psychedelic, pop-punk band hails from the ... Read More
“On March 14, 2010, for the first time ever, jokes will be told topless in the name of breast cancer,” states the press release for Generosititties, a night of comedy dedicated to raising money (and awareness) for the Young Survival Coalition. YSC is an organization dedicated to increasing the "quality and quantity" of life for women diagnosed with breast cancer before the age of 40. The show, produced by comediennes Amy Beckerman and Leah Dubie, will ... Read More