Monthly Archive: March 2021

‘Dancing With the Devil… the Art of Starting Over’ by Demi Lovato Review: Recovering a Powerful Voice

Though there’s a long history of records about substance abuse and newfound sobriety, the past few years have seen an acceleration of the trend. We’re getting used to hearing artists tell their stories about drugs and alcohol and listening to music about searching for peace. “Dancing With the Devil… the Art of Starting Over” (Island), the new album out Friday from pop singer Demi Lovato, is certainly a recovery narrative, but the details of her story, many of which make it into these songs, are almost unbearably harrowing. And since it arrives with a companion documentary series and an all-out

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Wall Decals

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Moroccan illustrator using comics for #MeToo campaign

Young Moroccan cartoonist Zainab Fasiki draws on a whiteboard in a Casablanca studio where she is holding a workshop that mixes art with a homegrown illustrated #MeToo campaign.

“We are here to change this rape culture, which says the victim deserves what they get while the criminal is innocent,” says Fasiki, 26, her eyes flashing with indignation.

A dozen students and professionals have joined forces with Fasiki, a pioneer in comics and illustration in Morocco, in response to a web series titled #TaAnaMeToo that depicts women’s real-life ordeals.

As part of the series — “Ta ana” means “Me Too” in

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Flea Markets, A Whole Universe Worth Getting Lost In

John Kenneth Muir's Reflections on Cult Movies and Classic TV: Memory Bank:  Englishtown Flea Market

When was the last time you went to the flea market? Hey, don’t do that, face! Read this article; sure, after doing so, you will enter “flea markets near me.”

Flea markets are not a recent creation; on the contrary, in most countries, the places they are located have been the same for hundreds of years. Sometimes, the vendors have been dedicated to this activity for several generations. That is why you can find exciting things.

However, in recent years the growing environmental awareness that has increased the idea of recycling has caused a boom in flea markets; … Read More