George Segal Sucks: Finding A Better Way To Memorialize Stonewall At The New Museum
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George Segal Sucks: Finding A Better Way To Memorialize Stonewall At The New Museum

The memorials in New York City that supposedly relate to the LGBTQ+ community are terrible. Uniformly god-awful. Just plain cringe-worthy. Epic fails. And that these opinionated observations aren’t even close to being controversial, just proves my point. Whether stymied by political posturing, proximity to real estate developer cash or just plain lack of aesthetics, New … Continue reading

I Put A Spell On You: RAGGA NYC’s ‘All The Threatened And Delicious Things Joining One Another’
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I Put A Spell On You: RAGGA NYC’s ‘All The Threatened And Delicious Things Joining One Another’

“A thing is mighty big when time and distance cannot shrink it,” writes Zora Neale Hurston in Tell My Horse: Voodoo and Life in Haiti and Jamaica. I picked up Hurston’s nonfictional dive into the amalgamation of Afro-Caribbean spiritual traditions in the small Faulkner House Books in New Orleans, another city known for its long held connection … Continue reading