This Bird Has Flown

This Bird Has Flown

So why you wanna fly, Blackbird?
You ain’t ever gonna fly
Why you wanna fly, Blackbird?
You ain’t ever gonna fly

You ain’t got no one to hold you
You ain’t got no one to care
If you’d only understand, dear
Nobody wants you anywhere -“Blackbird” Nina Simone.

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How ‘The Force Awakens’ Got J.J. Abrams to Broadway

How ‘The Force Awakens’ Got J.J. Abrams to Broadway

It’s easy to imagine a project that could get J.J. Abrams‘ name on a Broadway marquee. A “Star Wars” stage outing from megaproducer Disney Theatrical Productions, maybe. Or possibly a team-up with “Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, who composed the cantina tune for Abrams’ franchise-reviving “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.” Harder to figure? The actual project… Read more »

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5 Artists Eminem Should Collaborate with on His New Album

By Amanda Wicks Eminem released his eighth studio album, The Marshall Mathers LP 2, four years ago and has remained relatively quiet on the new-music-front since then, but will 2017 mark the year he returns with his ninth?

If This Is The Last Century Of Capitalism, What Will Replace It? by Pete Dolack

by Pete Dolack Guest Writer, Dandelion Salad Systemic Disorder March 9, 2017 Politely walking into pens set up by police, shaking our signs and gently dispersing will not build a movement serious about root-and-branch change. Even the more militant demonstrations, in which people — gasp! — actually take the streets in defiance of authorities, both […]

I Like the Word Fathom

I Like the Word Fathom

I like the word fathom as the title suggests I cannot fathom not liking it.   I cannot fathom biking it to Nicaragua Or eating Pluto in one spoonful   I cannot fathom being raped by a towering, massive cell mate But what I can fathom is shitting soiling myself to drive potential rapists away    …

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Louisiana Boy – a poem

Louisiana Boy – a poem

Tanned skin, white smile Sun-bleached hair and Sunday bonfires Crawfish boils and lobster tails ‘Pull up a seat’ means that 5 gallon pail Words spoken like a flow of honey Sweet and slow, out in the country Ripped jeans and an LSU cap A sparkling smile like a mischievous cat ‘Gator talk and Spanish Moss…

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