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Category Archives: Winter 2016

Lou Bega’s LESSER MAMBOS

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EPICS UNFOLDING IN OUR BLOOD: Third Horizon Caribbean Film Festival

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Feeling Red and Blue

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De-Colonization

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Interview with HOUSTON CYPRESS

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ANOTHER WAY TO UNDERSTAND OUR FATHERS

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We show up, years beyond the animus, in the places that managed to keep them adrift or away from home— the pubs and hash-‘n’-eggs counters in other cities that answered our mothers’ where the hell is he before we learned and before where worked itself into why. Maybe we show up with them, indulging the  Continue Reading »

MĂIASTRA: A History of Romanian Sculpture in Twenty-Four Parts

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PART VIII: EREBUS AND NYX If there was a man named Constantin Bălănescu, I never knew him. If this man occupied a not insignificant role in the diplomatic services of the Romania People’s Republic and went by the diminutive “Costel,” he and I never met. To me, to his family, and to his friends, the  Continue Reading »

WE ARE A SHIP OF FOOLS: Magickal, Experimental, and Ridiculous Ideas to Save Miami from Sea Level Rise

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The Pursuit of Abstraction

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Pepe Mar: Excess of Sleep Produces Monsters

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