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Monthly Archives: January 2011
Every holiday season, our local alt-news weekly publication The Flagpole publishes a reader-submitted section to account for a week off. The submissions are predictably an eclectic mix of writing: some worth reading, and some worth tossing. Imagine my surprise a … Continue reading
Good art should provoke strong reactions. So let’s start here: I am shaking my head. I want to cry. I want to bitch slap whoever was involved with creating it. However, this kind of crap is nothing new. There is … Continue reading