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Culture, The Exhibitionist Femmepire Records: Bio Queens, Rainbow Tint, and Pretty People on Trampolines

Femmepire Records: Bio Queens, Rainbow Tint, and Pretty People on Trampolines

Femmepire records is an interview series on femme identity. Click here for the elevator pitch and first interview. Here's local comedian Jennifer Dronsky: In a few words, define femme. A queer person who appears feminine in some way, wears dresses,…
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Calendar, Night&Day Dee Lightful

Dee Lightful

Jamaica Dyer is the new Ariel Schrag. If you don't know what that means, then … you're not a comics geek. The point is, Dyer's innovative watercolor Web-comic, Weird Fishes, has the ability to pull readers, as though with a…
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Calendar, Night&Day Cartoon Yourself

Cartoon Yourself

Whether your life looks more like The Family Circus or The Boondocks, your chance has arrived to chronicle it in graphic novel form at the Graphic Novel Master Class with Ariel Schrag. The fantastically talented Schrag self-published her first comic…
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Calendar, Night&Day Realize Your Potential

Realize Your Potential

Don't you hate it when Gawker just suddenly discovers something you were reading in 1997 when the author was still in high school and a friend of yours bought it off her between classes? We sure do. Ariel Schrag grew…
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Music, Reviewed Kinnie Starr

Kinnie Starr

Viewers of the first season of The L Word got a sneak preview of the third album by trip-hop diva Kinnie Starr, as six songs from Sun Again -- released in Starr's native Canada in '03, out in the United…
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