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  • Stuff White People Like to Write About

    Stuff White People Like to Write About
    To be white and write about race is to fail at writing about race. That is the best you can do. This should embolden contemporary white authors to just go for it and attempt a statement on one of the most pressing and knotty issues of our time because they’ve got nothing to lose really (American writers are overwhelmingly white and male, as are their critics; they’ll survive any critiques lobbed their way). Instead, most avoid the topic altogether and hand the duties over to the anointed authors of color such as Junot Diaz, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, and Zadie Smith.
  • "Raise Your Hands if You Got $20 In Your Pocket": Artscape, My Crew Be Unruly party, DJ Culture Stage, and Paradox, July 18

    http://www.joshsisk.com Scottie B and K-Swift A funny thing about Baltimore club music is that you can listen to it almost endlessly and not get sick of it. By all rights you should--it's technically repetitive as all hell, and there seems to be a...

    Weekend Notes: DNA Test Fest II

    Put on by University Of Maryland, College Park radio station WMUC, the DNA Test Fest II assembled about 14 mostly East Coast bands within the noisy-punk-folk orbit--an orbit we can assume roughly mirrors that of the fest's namesake radio show--over two...

    The Video for Kelly Rowland's "Like This"

    Just who's idea was it to set this song on the set of some guy's dream idea of http://www.WeLiveTogether.com? A toweled Rowland walks into a bedroom, presumably from the shower, sees a podcast of herself on her computer sporting a digicam, and throws...

    Truth in Advertising

    The Wall Street Journal this morning reported on the controversial increase in business sponsorship revenue, in exchange for on-air announcements, at "commercial free" National Public radio and its affiliate member stations. "Public radio executives are...