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Women Who Rock

Since March is Women’s History Month, I thought I would write up a post about some of the most powerful women in music. To start my research for the post, I began Google-ing the most influential musicians of all time. 714 more words

Artist Fusion Spotlight: Tali Lennox

In an exclusive interview with Refinery 29, artist and model Tali Lennox tells of her rise in the art world as well as being the daughter of a famous celebrity. 1,605 more words

Fashion

AlieNation: Skrull Kill Krew by Emily Scott

Greeting, Legions, and welcome back to Madness Month here at The Unspoken Decade! I don’t know that I truly understood the meaning of the word “madness” until I experienced a certain ongoing basketball tournament Dean Compton-style, complete with days of games on multiple screens and more junk food than anyone in their right mind would ever consume, but now I am well prepared to take a look at some lunacy in the comic book realm. 2,336 more words

90s Marvel

Tali Lennox Reframed: A Rocker's Daughter Leaves Modeling to Take On the Art World

On Tuesday morning, Francesco Clemente walked into Catherine Ahnell Gallery in Soho to see paintings by Tali Lennox, a 22-year-old artist with no formal training who is having her first solo show. 1,370 more words

(It Does Matter If You're) Black or White: On Azealia Banks, Iggy Azalea, Madonna, Justin Timberlake and Blurred Lines

This is an excerpt from  “Our Beautiful Movement: Selma, Hollywood and the Politics of Respectability” by Max S. Gordon published on March 15, 2015 by The New Civil Rights Movement.   4,754 more words

The Symbol of the West

This Quote Tuesday I wanted to talk about a symbol that I realized has been cropping up in a lot of the quotes I like recently. 565 more words

Language

Sunday Synopsis

Listening to the screams of a bereaved mother-  We are not always easy to be with in our grief.  Our sorrow is uncomfortable.  Our moans of sadness are hard to hear.   236 more words