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Fridays Are Finally Fun Again

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By Ryan Hugh McWilliams When it was announced that RuPaul’s Drag Race would move from Logo to VH1 and from Wednesday nights to the TV graveyard shift of Friday night, people wondered if the switch […]

Street and Community

Becoming an Ancestor: The Mustang Way

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Why do we honor our ancestors – Sparrowhawk BN: Thank you for talking with us and making this important short story and film.  What was your impetus in making it? SH: Life experiences and the […]

Art

National Buffalo Day at the Smithsonian

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This year’s National Bison Day celebration, at the Smithsonian Museum of the American Indian in New York, held special significance as Congress passed the National Bison Legacy Act in April, making the Bison the first […]

Honey Power

PLEASE STOP! Election 2016 By Maggie Derthick

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By Maggie Derthick Maggie woke up early Wednesday morning to see online voter’s reactions to the election results. Frustrated with the anger and the blame she witnessed, this is what she wrote:   Good Morning- Please […]

Street and Community

The Status Quo: Structural Oppression in America

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By Charles Bell Edited by Allison T. McFarlane   The Status Quo: Structural Oppression in America Being black in America is difficult! As racial discrimination is less explicit, many people argue that the minority experience […]

Features

Nick Reiner on Dopey Podcast

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Nick Reiner, grandson/son of Hollywood Royalty Carl Reiner and Rob Reiner, was in an out of rehabs from the age of 15, he’s now 22. After living homeless across the US and 17 different rehab stays, he […]

Art

The Rialto Report

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Join us join Ashley West and April Hall, founders of The Rialto Report, documenting the golden age of the adult industry in New York City and beyond (approx. 1970’s- mid-80’s.)   The Rialto Report from Honeysuckle […]

Street and Community

Gentrification in Detroit

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By Lauren Hood Gentrification. Argh, the very sound of the word evokes a visceral sensation in my gut. It seems to be the topic du jour among Detroit’s civically engaged minority. The masses are dealing […]