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Our Future: There's a Revolution in Pop Music, and Only the Kids Care

Our Future: There's a Revolution in Pop Music, and Only the Kids Care

By Kyle Mangione-Smith | Mar 28
What was Frank Ocean doing on the soundtrack to one of my classmate's video projects? I never thought that songs from Ocean's "Blonde" would find their way into mainstream youth culture. Such is the changing face of pop music today.

Watch: The 'Hi Stranger' Clip is the Weirdest Viral Vid of the Year

Watch: The 'Hi Stranger' Clip is the Weirdest Viral Vid of the Year

Mar 24
"Hi Stranger" is the weirdest video to take the Internet by storm.

Las Vegas Neon, Preserved

Las Vegas Neon, Preserved

Mar 24
Every time the Strip gets a facelift, it loses one of its iconic neon signs, which for decades have lit up the desert like a giant welcome mat. Thankfully, a few stars of the city's Golden Age have been preserved.

Taste of the South End :: March 21, 2017
Boston, MA

Taste of the South End :: March 21, 2017

Mar 22
AIDS Action Committee held their annual fundraiser, Taste of the South End, at the Cyclorama at the Boston Center of the Arts on Tuesday, March 21. See who was there!

Report: The Advocate and Out Might Be Up for Sale

Report: The Advocate and Out Might Be Up for Sale

Mar 21
LGBT publications The Advocate and Out magazine are reportedly up for sale, according to a new report from The New York Post.

Dig These Discs: Depeche Mode, The Shins, Frances, Milky Chance, Zara Larsson

Dig These Discs: Depeche Mode, The Shins, Frances, Milky Chance, Zara Larsson

By Winnie McCroy | Mar 20
English band Depeche Mode releases their 14th studio album, The Shins released their fourth, and German duo Milky Chance releases their second. Zara Larsson drops her second studio album, and Frances releases her debut.

Report: YouTube Feature 'Restricted Mode' Apparently Blocks LGBTQ Content

Report: YouTube Feature 'Restricted Mode' Apparently Blocks LGBTQ Content

Mar 20
LGBTQ YouTubers are noticing their content is being censored when users switch on the video website's "Restricted Mode," an optional filter that blocks "potentially inappropriate content."

California Businesses Must Designate All Restrooms As Gender-Neutral

California Businesses Must Designate All Restrooms As Gender-Neutral

By Adriana Cara, Esq. | Mar 19
AB 1732 takes effect on March 1, 2017 and requires California businesses as well as any establishment open to the public, to designate existing single-user restroom facilities as "All-gender."

Trump Budget Clouds Public Broadcasting Act's 50th Year

Trump Budget Clouds Public Broadcasting Act's 50th Year

By Lynn Elber | Mar 18
The federal act that created public broadcasting is marking its 50th year, but if President Donald Trump has his way, it could be a hollow celebration.

Ex-'Most Interesting Man' to Help Judge Best Beard Contest

Ex-'Most Interesting Man' to Help Judge Best Beard Contest

By Wilson Ring | Mar 18
The man who once helped pitch Dos Equis beer as the "most interesting man in the world" is turning his attention from his favorite beer to his favorite beard by judging a Saturday competition called Vermont Beardies.

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