“The occasion was the ninth annual Montana Two-Spirit Gathering, a weekend retreat here in northwestern part of the state for a few dozen American Indians who define themselves as embodying both male and female spirits…”
“…his PR people are so paranoid about getting him good press that they are making outlets promise to write a good review before they get invited to the listening session. And to avoid a nasty paper trail, music journalists are receiving the invitations
“Alas readers who saw Whale Rider might remember Keisha Castle Hughes… It has just been announced that she is pregnant at 16… This level of tsk-tsking has a very clear subtext about young Maori girls who get pregnant…”
“Buck O’Neil, a first baseman and manager in the Negro Leagues and a pioneering scout and coach in the major leagues, has died at 94. O’Neil was the first black coach in major league baseball and his career in baseball lasted seven decades. Yes, 70 ye
“When your ad pages keep sliding, what’s the answer? In Vibe’s case, expand the franchise. The magazine next year plans to add two more supplements following the launch this fall of its men’s fashion offshoot, VStyle…”
“In honor of Columbus Day, I have put together a list of the “Ten Most Overrated White People” in American public life. here goes…”
“…they star two gorgeous, capable, ass-kicking Asians, Grace Park (as the Cyborg sleeper agent Sharon) and Yunjin Kim (as Sun, the tough but reserved Korean woman)…we’ve decided to match them up in the ultimate TMM Showdown!”
Unbelievable. Rapper Trina has a “foundation” for teenage girls. “Wouldn’t it be dope if Trina answered the girls questions with lyrics to her song? On Sex: Tell me that you love me baby / And get high and fuck me crazy / Get a towel and wipe me off…”
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