Gabrielle Bellot explores the original inspiration for Betty Boop — a black jazz singer named Baby Esther Jones.
On the 20th of March 1999, iconic English artist, textile designer and critic Patrick Heron died in Zennor, Cornwall, aged 79. Heron is best remembered for his semi-abstract paintings featuring vibrant colourful compositions inspired by nature. Less known perhaps is his career as an art critic to the New Statesman and Nation in 1947–50, and London correspondent to Arts (New York) in […]
The first report from the National Endowment for the Arts in 1966 was a passionate defense of the government’s role in the arts.
Dan Arel continues to defend the punching of Nazis (read: “any white supremacist”), tweeting a link to one of the most misguided articles I’ve seen in the past year: “Why Punching Nazis Is Not Only Ethical, But Imperative” by @Quinnae_Moon https://t.co/78oVvOVCq9 — Dan Arel (@danarel) February 3, 2017 Yes, go have a read at The Establishment […]
That was truth that two Iraq refugees tried to enter to U.S and make the terror-like action. Two of them got caught. CNN didn’t cover that.
#DeleteUber and the power of protest in 2017.