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Alexis Clements' Unknown Play Project

Writer Alexis Clements is currently underway on a documentary film on women's spaces. Remember those? Well they still do exist and they still are very much apart of our cultural his/herstory. ...

Five Questions: Daphne Willis

With both Chicago and Texas in her bones — and music in her blood — Daphne Willis was destined to become a singer/songwriter. ...

Hurray For the Riff Raff

Queer country music has been percolating for some time now. ...

Frieze Art Fair 2014 Randalls Island

The Frieze Art Fair has become New York's (most) favorite art fair, edging out the older Armory Show. ...

Heather Reid, Cross Words

Heather Reid got her musical start as the other half (along side Leisha Hailey) of the duo the Murmurs. ...

The Charmed Jill Sobule

Singer songwriter Jill Sobule is back after five years, since her last release, with "Dottie's Charms." This is an album for the literati or should I say by the literati. ...

Ruthie Doyle Talks Puberty, Art, Film and Gardening

"LA VERNIA" is a film exploring the complex relationships between a young queer woman and the women in her life. ...

Joan Osborne: The Complexities of Love and Hate

On her new record, Love and Hate, singer/songwriter Joan Osborne delves deeply into matters of the heart. ...

Whitney Biennial 2014, Queerly Visible

The Whitney Biennial is always a hard show to opine on, feelings often run high and hard. ...

Katie Herzig: Walk Through Walls

Once upon a time, Katie Herzig wore her heart on her sleeve and wielded an acoustic guitar, both apropos of being a singer/songwriter. ...
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