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Jean Cocteau’s Connections to LGBTQ+ and Camp

The groundbreaking queer artist has a lot to do with our understanding of Camp.

Patti Smith Examines Boundaries Between Dreams, Waking Life in ‘Year of the Monkey’

The third in a series of memoirs, "Year of the Monkey" is another excellent offering by one of the celebrated founders of punk music.

Art Institute of Chicago’s Andy Warhol Retrospective Is Worth Your Time

Run, don't walk, to the Andy Warhol retrospective at the Art Institute of Chicago. You won't regret it.

Best Drake Songs to Cry to

by Vianca Soria Everyone needs to have a good cry from time to time. Here are just a few things that might make a person get teary: self doubt, dead dogs, failure. And if you...

5 Classic Books Everyone Should Read

by Henry Carlson   “Moby Dick” Herman Melville, 1851 “Moby Dick” is a pillar of classic literature as it explores the theme of revenge. The book is told from the perspective of a man named Ishmael who joins...
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