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Say It To A Crowd: Florence + The Machine at Barclays June 14, 2016

Say It To A Crowd: Florence + The Machine at Barclays June 14, 2016

by Andrea Crowley-Hughes Florence Welch of Florence + the Machine was dreamily enthusiastic when she explained how performing “Various Storms and Saints” live led her to regard the song in a different way. To a packed Barclays Center on June 14, Florence said she initially wanted the song cut from the album she was touring to promote, “How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful.” “At the time when I wrote it, I was still very much in the feeling of this…

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7 Great Lady-Led Comedies To Watch

7 Great Lady-Led Comedies To Watch

by Claire L. Lanier It happened again. A few weeks ago, I asked a new friend who’s a dude if he watches “Orange is the New Black,” and I heard it: “Nah, I’m sure it’s great, I’ve heard good things, but, you know, it’s a chick show, so I can’t really relate.” It’s always hard not to spiral into the both logical and emotional rant we all have on the ready: about how women have had to find meaning in…

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5 Fun Reads for Ladies who Love London

5 Fun Reads for Ladies who Love London

by Nicole Trilivas London Belongs to Me by Jacquelyn Middleton Any Anglophile will relate to heroine’s Alex love of the Big Smoke—even when it’s not so kind to her (think: soaking thunderstorms, lost luggage, and teen-tiny flats). But while navigating the city and the theatre district, Alex is also navigating her first foray into new adulthood, and with that we get an emotive love letter to London that you’ll never want to end. The Royal We by Heather Cocks and Jessica…

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