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In Case You Missed It

by: Blaine Skrainka

This week: Russian authorities intimidation of environmental and gay rights activists; Michael Sam could be the first openly gay NFL player; and Pussy Riot land stateside.

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In Case You Missed It, the First Week of September

by: Blaine Skrainka

Here’s what we’ve been paying attention to this week A Syrian refugee at a camp in Northern Iraq Safin Hamed/AFP/Getty Images In case you missed it, here’s the latest on Syria: In a surprise move […]

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Ford’s First Female Male Model

by: Emily Kirkpatrick

The newest male model to join Ford Models‘ roster just happens to be a woman, namely Manhattan-based artist Casey Legler. Over the summer, Legler’s friend, fashion photographer Cass Bird, asked her at the last minute if […]

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PSB: Still Behavin’ After All These Years

by: Diego Martínez

If there’s one thing we learned about the 2012 Olympic Games, held in London, is that British music is just as essential to the body and mind as your mandatory cup of coffee and toast […]

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Slowly Shaved Swimmer

by: Lucia Cabanova

The Dutch Filmmaker Bart Hess’ new short film titled ‘Shaved’ portrays a male model completely covered in shaving cream, which is then gradually taken off by a two meter long blade manipulated by two human shavers. […]

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Take Me to the Velodrome

by: Joseph Johnson

From the opening ceremony of London’s 2012 Olympic Games, it was clear the organisers wanted not only to show-off Britain’s sporting talent, but to also remind the world of the amount of incredible music that […]

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Horses Deserve Medals, Maybe.

by: Joseph Isho Levinson

Horses at the Olympics remind us of long standing traditions that fusion man and beast to unity. In war, in labor, in games. Is it an archaic practice? Or is it willfully anachronistic?

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Let the Games Begin!

by: Joseph Johnson

The London 2012 Olympic Games are upon us and to celebrate, British street art rapscallion, Banksy has blessed the English capital with two new pieces of slightly politically-charged art. The artist revealed the works on […]

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