At the former Overton Elementary, students and residents reflect on what the building could become.
Source: Opening Closed Schools
In spring 2016, novelist and critic Samuel R. Delany visited UC Santa Cruz to read from his work. The poster advertising the event described him as a “Sex Radical, Afro-Futurist, and Grand Master o…
Source: Beyond SF: The Vast Range of Samuel R. Delany
On Nick Cave, losing a child, and making art with one foot on the other side.
Source: It Only Masquerades As Entertainment – by Leela Corman and Joe Gross
En sus tajantes canciones, la banda de punk Downtown Boys habla sobre su identidad como hijas y nietas de inmigrantes mexicanos.
Source: Estreno: ‘Somos Chulas (No Somos Pendejas)’ es el himno que necesitamos en tiempos de DACA – Univision
The discovery of aquatic architecture has led scientists to compare the behaviour of cephalopods to humans – but octopus city life is no utopia
Source: Octlantis: the underwater city built by octopuses | Environment | The Guardian
22nd Identity politics has its roots in an expansive, radical agenda. But you wouldn’t know that from its liberal critics.
Source: What Liberals Get Wrong About Identity Politics
Anders Nilsen’s work carefully evades description. His marquee 658-page graphic novel Big Questions united bombs, planes and birds in an enigmatic stream-of-conscious masterwork that we’re still unpacking.
Source: Exclusive: Tongues Cartoonist Anders Nilsen Offers Sketch Commentary on his Mythical, Bold Graphic Novel