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The bastard son of the digital age, for many, has been the selfie. In this week’s cover story, Worcester area residents join art and college communication professionals who regularly share their selfies on Facebook in discussing whether the selfie is a throw-away moment or the next generation of self-portraiture — and should they survive being stored on computers and websites that’ll eventually become obsolete — will they serve as invaluable historical documents for generations to come?
Worcester Magazine  |  Brian Goslow  |  07-24-2014  |  Culture

Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings Blake and Menew

"Why would I talk to you after all the horrible things City Paper has written about me?"
Baltimore City Paper  |  Baynard Woods  |  07-23-2014  |  Art

Price Is Rightnew

How Hollywood legend Vincent Price championed Native American arts.
Santa Fe Reporter  |  Enrique Limón  |  07-23-2014  |  Art

Graffiti in New Orleansnew

Della Hasselle on the neighborhood groups trying to eradicate graffiti — and those who say it’s public art
Gambit  |  Della Hasselle  |  07-22-2014  |  Art

Finding Mississippi in 'Parts Unknown'new

Recently, Anthony Bourdain, host of "Parts Unknown" on CNN, traveled to the Mississippi Delta to learn about the state's history through food and conversation with local residents.
Jackson Free Press  |  Mike McDonald  |  07-17-2014  |  Travel

Naked is Sexynew

Mea Ashley, who was Miss Jackson State University 2011-2012, created the "Naked is Sexy" movement after watching a Dove commercial, which challenged young high-school girls and their mothers to redefine what beauty is in today's society.
Jackson Free Press  |  Bria Paige  |  07-17-2014  |  Culture

Bucket of Bloodnew

Remembering Liberty Hill and the Irony of it all
Random Lengths News  |  James Preston Allen  |  07-12-2014  |  Commentary

Oh no, 'GMO'new

Oh no, 'GMO'
Colorado Springs Independent  |  J. Adrian Stanley  |  07-09-2014  |  Food+Drink

Is San Francisco Doomed?new

Musician Hannah Lew sounds off on her new album, a changing city, and $4 toast.
East Bay Express  |  Madeleine Key  |  07-09-2014  |  Culture

American Graffitinew

Detroit's murals offer perspectives on America.
Metro Times  |  Lee DeVito  |  07-07-2014  |  Art

How Meeting Susan Anspach Completed The Circlenew

Goodnight moon. Goodnight room. Goodnight Lionel in the room. —Susan Anspach
Random Lengths News  |  Lionel Rolfe  |  07-06-2014  |  Commentary

NFL Minor League?new

The NFL recently announced that they are looking into starting a minor development league, but a failure of the NFL is the inability to make one work after two failed attempts.
Jackson Free Press  |  Bryan Flynn  |  06-27-2014  |  Sports

Glass and the Green Rushnew

How legalizing recreational marijuana use could change the glass pipe industry.
Eugene Weekly  |  Alexandra Notman  |  06-27-2014  |  Art

The soft art of D.C. Hardcorenew

An exhibit at CDS shows us the early days of Washington D.C.'s hardcore scene
INDY Week  |  Bryan C. Reed  |  06-26-2014  |  Art

Finding Flintnew

The good, the classic, and the creepy of Flint, Mich.
Metro Times  |  Brett Callwood and Lee DeVito  |  06-19-2014  |  Culture

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