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2017 MiBF Workshops Available

Originally posted on Michigan Burlesque Festival:
The Michigan Burlesque Festival is proud to announce this years burlesque workshops, hosted by several award-winning burlesque and stage performers, including MiBF headliners – Red Rum and Jeez Loueez! Workshops will be held on Saturday, September 16th, at the Tangent Gallery (Detroit). Each workshop will be only $10! Registration…

Flyer by Jenni Skinner

Originally posted on Michigan Burlesque Festival:
Only THREE DAYS until the 5th Annual Michigan Burlesque Festival kicks off… do you have your tickets?

It’s not what you think

Originally posted on The First Ten Words by Rich Larson:
Chris Cornell, 1964-2017 Chris Cornell died early Thursday morning. His band Soundgarden played a show on Wednesday night at the Fox Theater in Detroit. Two hours after the show ended, he was gone. For two days, I’ve been working on a piece to pay tribute…

Call for Papers: Edited Collection on Race in Fandom

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Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival

The Annual Gather-up of Los Angeles Asians in Entertainment is upon us. I mean, the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival. Starting tomorrow, from April 27 to May 4, the LAAPFF will showcase a week of films from the opening of Better Luck Tomorrow for its 15th anniversary, the centerpiece Gook starring Justin Chon, the […]

A Playlist For People Who Only Like Really Depressing Christmas Music — Thought Catalog Ieva UrencevaDepressing music is objectively the best kind of Christmas music. People who are listening to upbeat pop star covers of classics need to get with the program. This is a playlist for people who understand my truth. (Note that not all songs are intended to be depressing but anything can be depressing if you… […]

Why I Hate All Things Mockingjay

Originally posted on thenerdsofcolor:
Originally posted at Black Nerd Problems While the book Mockingjay was released in 2010, this is your spoiler alert for both the book in its completion and the movie, Mockingjay: Part 1. Several years ago I was introduced to The Hunger Games, a new book gaining popularity as a young adult…