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Book Review: ‘Fashioning Fat: Inside Plus-Size Modeling’ by Amanda M. Czerniawski

Fashioning Fat

Czerniawski contributes to the important conversation about the conception of beauty in North America. Read More »

Music Review: The Kiss That Took A Trip – ‘Electroforest’

Electroforest

A mostly instrumental, experimental, post-rock album that puts together various musical influences in a way that sounds both unique and familiar. Read More »

Music Review: Anne Simone – ‘Bittersweet’ EP

Anne Simone's 'Bittersweet'

Anne Simone’s debut EP is more sweet than bitter. Read More »

Music Review: CommonUnion59 – ‘Heartbeat Serenade’

'Heartbeat Serenade' by CommonUnion59

CommonUnion59 prove that sometimes all you need are singers, a guitar, drums, and a piano. Read More »

Music Review: i am Love – ‘i am Love’

i am Love

‘i am Love’ is a collection of diverse songs that take listeners to the various corners of the band’s mind. Read More »

Music Review: Lovesucker – ‘Lovesucker’ EP

Lovesucker

Crystal Crosby and Zoltan Von Bury have put together an interesting mix of gypsy and rock sounds. Read More »

Music Review: goste – ‘Eugene’ EP

goste's "Eugene"

A trippy rock-electronic trip into the mind of Brooklyn’s goste. Read More »

Music Review: Pacanomad – ‘Restless’ EP

Pacanomad's 'Restless'

The energy of rock and the emotions of soul come together in Canadian group Pacanomad’s debut five-track EP 'Restless.' Read More »

Music Review: The Workers – ‘Totem’ EP

cd front cover

A three-song EP that gives a taste of things to come. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Fit to be Dead.’ A Comic Mystery by Nancy G. West

Fit to be Dead

A good first offering in a new series by Nancy G. West. Read More »