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The Weekly List: Underappreciated Female Rappers!

The Weekly List: Underappreciated Female Rappers!

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04/17/2018

So lowkey as a writer, I’ve never written about any female rappers, after like six articles or something. Which is absurd. There are so many talented women in hip-hop! And it would be a shame to let one or two women stand for the whole spectrum of artists innovating and getting their bags. So here’s…

The Good in <i>The Mechanism</i>

The Good in The Mechanism

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04/15/2018

Chances are, if you’ve already watched this show, you’re from Brazil or going through a Narcos hangover. I don’t blame you: I’m a combination of both, which is probably what made me give this show a try. And it was….wow. O Mecanismo (translated into The Mechanism) is a political drama loosely based off the real…

The <I>Voice</I>‘s Favorite DC Coffee Shops

The Voice‘s Favorite DC Coffee Shops

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04/11/2018

There may be a Starbucks on every corner in this nation’s capital, but look a little further and you’ll find some true gems of cafés and coffee shops. While some places force a struggle to find seating and others lack the wifi necessary to do work (I found out the hard way at A Baked…

The Weekly List: Best of Fleetwood Mac

The Weekly List: Best of Fleetwood Mac

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04/10/2018

Since 1967, Fleetwood Mac has sold more than 100 million albums, been through 16 different band members, and done a lot of cocaine. The band’s legacy has assured them a place in pop cannon forever, but their rise to popularity was marked by bitter feuds and drug addiction. Female singers Christine McVie and Stevie Nicks…

Maids to Make Wives: <i>Jamestown</i> Review

Maids to Make Wives: Jamestown Review

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04/09/2018

Jamestown was very nearly a complete failure. Most of the original men were dead after the first year, and had it not been for John Smith’s accidental leadership, it is likely that the drought, lack of food, and swampy conditions would have overcome the faltering colony shortly after their arrival in 1607. With time, however,…

The Weekly List: Moxy Früvous

The Weekly List: Moxy Früvous

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04/02/2018

I have never met anyone else outside of my family who has heard of “Moxy Früvous,” which makes sense. As a 90s politically satirical folk-pop band from Canada, I could see how it could be a niche category of music. Yet Früvous’ soaring harmonies, intelligent political commentary, and beautiful vocals, combined with some really weird,…

The Weekly List: Jason Isbell Highlights

The Weekly List: Jason Isbell Highlights

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03/26/2018

At the age of 22, Jason Isbell joined the rock band The Drive-By Truckers, kickstarting an impressive country music career with the band. After dangerous habits including excessive drinking drove the Truckers to force him out, Isbell began an equally-worthy solo career. His independent albums, including Sirens of the Ditch and Southeastern reflect Isbell’s life,…

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