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On Saturday, August 11th, LA saw a private, yet open to public event of utmost peculiarity. A small theater on Melrose Avenue called “Zephyr” held an intimate screening of the movie “Satanis” on 16mm. There were two separate screenings, a day and an evening one, each consisting of four unique

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Documenting Hate: Charlottesville is a new film by PBS Frontline that needs to be seen by all! Personally, it’s hard for me to watch this film and see these racist acts of violence happening. 153 years ago, slavery ended in America; 68 years ago Jim Crow ended in America; now

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Many people inspire me and one of them happens to be Scott Kelly of Neurosis. One reason is that we are both survivors of the California punk scene. Another reason is that for more than three decades, he has created music with Neurosis that has changed my life and many

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We all live different lifetimes within one life, and along this journey we meet different versions of ourselves and others. One of my favorite bands back in the day was The Icarus Line, and I will never forget the first time I saw them in Brooklyn. What really sticks out in

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via Nowness Jab Jab represents the balance between mass action and mass joy: a recognition of hardships endured by slaves during the island’s colonial past and a celebration of the freedoms of today. Jab Jab is not a style, or a youth movement. It is a unique tradition, an expression

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July marks 24 years since the end of the Rwandan Genocide of 1994. In a span of 100 days between April and mid-July, roughly 800,000 civilians were exterminated in the deadliest genocide of the twentieth century. The events unfolded quickly. On April 6, an ethnic Hutu, President Habyarimana’s plane was

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