Monthly Archives: February 2017

I found everything to love about the Grey Art Gallery’s current exhibition Inventing Downtown: Artist-Run Galleries in New York City 1952-1965. It’s not the world’s most exciting title for an exhibition, but on the other hand, it doesn’t lie. A moment’s contemplation will conjure the excitement: those were years of enormous ferment in New York, artistic, political and […]

via Inventing Downtown: Artist-Run Galleries in NYC 1952-1965 — Travalanche


Originally posted on FUBU LADY WRITERS: Embedded in the pages of history is the black that I am Even when they have distorted me, I still stand strong. Even when they have tried to re-name and brainwash me, the spirit of blackness will never leave me That is the power of the black that I…

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Friends: This is only the beginning!!!

Originally posted on In Saner Thought: One of Trump’s many campaign promises was that he would put together a infrastructure plan that would sure up our aging infrastructure…..on this I will agree with him whole-heatedly…..but my problem is just where will the money come from when he also promises the rich more tax breaks….. There…

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