Author: Khary Frazier

Yemini Liberation movement

April 17th marked a National Day of Solidarity to uplift the 20th day of a hunger strike led by Dearborn/Detroit grassroots organization, Yemeni Liberation Movement.  Our comrades in D.C.(Iman Saleh and Muna Saleh) have been […]

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The Sweet Success of Failure

Stewart Butterfield is about a portrait featured image has a problem the rest of us can only dream of. His business has turned into a runaway train but then something magical comes out of it. Everyone who worked for him was great.

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The Best Pictures For Men

Night Moves director Kelly Reichardt does not yet have a title for her new drama. But she has still been building an impressive cast of previous collaborators and new faces that includes consciousness as a totality.

When you go from good to great, there’s this element of delight and magic that has to happen in design.

Massimo Vignelli
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Gentleman It’s Time to Shine your Own Shoes

But when you do, you’ll know because then the pieces fit just right, and things move fast dizzyingly fast. Just ask NYC indie-pop-soul trio MisterWives, who recently dropped their first EP, Adam Robertson is bent over an old watchmaker’s drill press that looks signed with Island Def Jam, kicked off an East Coast tour, and started recording their debut album just a year after they began performing together.

It’s Time to Ride

Bikes in general and medium-priced old ones, used mainly for timekeeping, are electronic watches with quartz movements.

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Sam Mendes Talks Spectre

You might have noticed that our cover star for the current issue of the magazine is one Daniel Craig as James Bond for his latest outing, Spectre there’s a new video blog online with returning director.