royce lovett will be in portland (at the camilia lounge) on the 2nd of november; we had a chance to briefly speak with him about what inspired him, as well as his life's philosophies.
lovett, who emerges from florida is indeed refreshing amongst a generation and era of people who make music and art playing with negative imagery or a lower consciousness. according to his site (http://roycelovett.com/), he: 19:21 minutes (17.72 MB)
we had a chance to speak with leni stern, who will be in portland at the camilia lounge on the 1st of november, 2013. ms. stern is currently a resident of new york city, by way of munich, germany. her music is inspired by the mother continent so much that she made a life-changing decision to travel there, and ended up working with the great elders, such as salif keita and baba maal.
Larry Bowlden reviews Portland-area author Whitney Otto's "Eight Girls Taking Pictures", a collection of short-stories about real life women photographers. Their lives span the 20th Century and repeat a motif of challenging sexism in the world of photography. 7:54 minutes (4.52 MB)
Well-read Red Clayton Morgaredige contrasts the boardgame monopoly and the game of really existing American capitalism. There are a couple of ways Monopology is not like capitalism: everyone starts out with the same resources and success is largely determined by strategy. Moreover, there is no labor to speak of and therein lies the rub. Clayton considers how the game Monopoloy is a pretty good approximation of the neoliberal fantasy of property-driven capitalism..
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