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What Weekly

The inimitable Heather Clark begins her voyage through an infamous bestseller…..(rhymes with 50 Shades of Bey.) Find out what this says about our culture here.

The inimitable Heather Clark begins her voyage through an infamous bestseller…..(rhymes with 50 Shades of Bey.) Find out what this says about our culture here.

Sharp suits for boys, girls and anyone else. Saint Harridan brings Fred Astaire chic to the people, regardless of gender. Find out more about suits for queers and anyone else here.
Sharp suits for boys, girls and anyone else. Saint Harridan brings Fred Astaire chic to the people, regardless of gender. Find out more about suits for queers and anyone else here.
Sharp suits for boys, girls and anyone else. Saint Harridan brings Fred Astaire chic to the people, regardless of gender. Find out more about suits for queers and anyone else here.

Sharp suits for boys, girls and anyone else. Saint Harridan brings Fred Astaire chic to the people, regardless of gender. Find out more about suits for queers and anyone else here.

Magician David London is taking the seance into the 21st century. You won’t believe what he’s doing here.

Magician David London is taking the seance into the 21st century. You won’t believe what he’s doing here.

If you didn’t get a chance to make it to Artscape this year, enjoy this photo essay by Philip Laubner to see what you missed.

If you didn’t get a chance to make it to Artscape this year, enjoy this photo essay by Philip Laubner to see what you missed.

Find out how meat eating, sexism and objectification intersect in this article based on Carol J. Adams’ Sexual Politics of Meat.

Find out how meat eating, sexism and objectification intersect in this article based on Carol J. Adams’ Sexual Politics of Meat.

“Ari struggled in sleep against invisible terror, his arms and legs thrashing into my back.”
Love, loss and addiction plus the personal toll of war in the middle east. A very powerful essay from Violet McLean here.

Ari struggled in sleep against invisible terror, his arms and legs thrashing into my back.”

Love, loss and addiction plus the personal toll of war in the middle east. A very powerful essay from Violet McLean here.