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CELEBRATING ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF EDITORIAL FREEDOM
Activist, cartoonist and journalist Joe Sacco, will be sharing his work today at the Michigan Theatre.
Sure, some of their stuff is mindless shitposting, but if you look past the irony and absurdity and vulgarity often you’ll find a message containing a keen social critique.
In 2013, we were blessed. Two days ago, we were cursed.
So far she’s worked quite successfully toward a musical vindication.
The internet is, and always has been, a weird place.
The dude just doesn’t give a shit.
I took a deep dive into Hendren’s hilarious, wonderful profile and everything that came with it.
I find myself rejecting the artificial or unrealistic happy ending, so I think about the unhappy ending.
Not all parody accounts, though, are created equal.
Twitter brought me closer to my favorite artists in a way that removed them from their respective pedestals