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April 25, 2007

People talk about hip-hop spreading the N-word through the culture, but I take pains to point out that popular culture has always spread the N-word. There is serious precedent — in the 1920s and 1930s, you went into a white middle-class home and the N-word was everywhere. It was on the shelves, it was in the cookbooks, the sheet music on the piano, the toys children played with. Let’s not talk about hip-hop introducing this word in some new and unprecedented fashion.

Who gets to use the N word? | Salon Books

April 15, 2007

I don’t see anything when I close my eyes

April 3, 2007

welcome back arthur

Apr 2, 2007 10:04 PM
Body: Sweethearts of the rodeo,

Arthur has been recalled to life.

I bought Laris’s 50 percent interest in the magazine thanks to the efforts of family and friends.

Now I own 100% and am moving forward with all Arthur activities as quickly as possible.

Sorry for the interruption in service.

war is over

The papers will be incorporated into the artist’s Imagine Peace Tower, which will be installed later this year in Iceland. Ono was vague about the structure’s exact design and said it would be made of light.

Washington Post: Yoko Ono’s Peaceful Message Takes Root.

April 2, 2007

List of artists signed to EMI

List of artists signed to EMI - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia