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Women in Food—the chat continues

22/08/2017 Naomi Rosenblatt 0

Shari Drewett and M.K. Washko, two married New Yorkers, continue the conversation that was featured in HERS (Honeysuckle Summer 2017) about their bistro on 9th Avenue, Better Being 940, and their life together. Naomi: Seriously, how […]

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Jean Decay: Visible Femininity

19/08/2017 Honeysuckle 0

Latinax drag performer Jean Decay talks Tina Fey, being raised by women, the fluidity of femininity, and why it’s so important to see ourselves reflected in TV and entertainment. I always said that I felt […]

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The Double Tug

18/08/2017 Honeysuckle 0

Illustration by: Lee Brozgol Written by: Leah Wells The subway car that opened its doors at Astoria Boulevard was deserted, but I had my guitar to keep me company. The rehearsal with my duet partner, a […]

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Bell of Amherst

05/08/2017 Jaime Lubin 0

From The Walking Dead to Dallas, Emma Bell has lit up our TV screens playing strong, self-assured women who defy extraordinary circumstances. But one of her greatest recent challenges was embodying an American icon, poet Emily Dickinson, […]

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Women Calling the Shots: NYWIFT At 40

03/08/2017 Emily Ferrara 0

For 40 years, one acronym has symbolized the power of women within the entertainment industry. NYWIFT (New York Women in Film and Television) is the preeminent association responsible for energizing the careers of female directors, […]

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Hats Off to Holly Hunter

01/08/2017 Jaime Lubin 0

The one-time unconventional leading lady is still our heroine 35 years later. Between The Big Sick, Strange Weather, and a new HBO series, Holly Hunter continues to blow us away. By Dorri Olds Academy Award-winner Holly Hunter (The […]

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A Spot in Hell

23/06/2017 Honeysuckle 0

By Mark Jason Williams “There’s something wrong with me,” I said, trembling before Father John. I was a 12-year-old boy scared to death of his attraction to other boys. “Yes, Mark?” he asked. “What would […]

Ask an Exotically White Guy

Ask an Exotically White Guy: The Oscars

22/06/2017 Samuel Long 0

By Samuel Clemens Long HOW DO YOU SEE RACISM WHERE YOU COME FROM? I’ll file this one under the “fun flavors of racism.” It’s not American History X kinda stuff but there’s still something there. […]

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ASK AN EXOTICALLY WHITE GUY

12/06/2017 Samuel Long 0

By Samuel Clemens Long IN NYC I’M ALMOST “SPECIAL EXHIBIT AT THE MET” WHITE. I was raised in a small Midwestern town; lotta corn and grey skies, not so much diversity. How has living in […]