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A 'Woman of the Wild' in the Midst of a Gender Gap

No matter where you live or what music you listen to, across the board there appears to be a trend: that one gender is much more heavily represented. Dramatic pop artist Anna Haas is speaking out about the apparent gender gap. Anna grew up up in the arts, often writing music and playing coffee shops in her native Nashville. Show More Summary

TRACE -- Ep.8

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PRETA --Ep.8

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From Nirvana to GG Allin, Flipside's Krk Dominguez Photographed Post-Hardcore in L.A.

Like all vital, dynamic art movements throughout history, punk rock suffered from the high bar set by the earliest proponents of the movement. By 1980, no punk band in England could ever hope to match what the Sex Pistols and Clash had...Show More Summary

INTERVIEW: Patricia Clarkson on Learning to Drive

The first time I saw Patricia Clarkson onscreen was in her feature film debut in Brian De Palma's 1987 crime epic The Untouchables. The subsequent decades have seen the hugely talented Clarkson rack up a truly impressive list of credits...Show More Summary

New Artists Review: no:carrier

The West Coast of the United States has always emanated a romantic vision of rainbow sherbet sunsets, velvety golden hills, healthy living, and progressive thinking. The psychedelic Renaissance of the 1960s played a large role in this...Show More Summary

New Artists Review: no:carrier

EDITOR'S NOTE: PLEASE USE THIS IMAGE AS THE SOCIAL MEDIA THUMBNAIL http://images.huffingtonpost.com/2015-08-28-1440727547-5939939-nocarrier5.jpg The West Coast of the United States has always emanated a romantic vision of rainbow sherbet sunsets, velvety golden hills, healthy living, and progressive thinking. Show More Summary

Trump: 'Making America Hate Again!'

Trump's official campaign slogan is "Make America Great Again!" Perhaps he should change it to the headline above. The Huffington Post has made an editorial decision to put Trump articles in the Entertainment section instead of the political section. Show More Summary

What Pope Francis Must Say to Donald Trump

There is a rising tide of nativism washing over the United States at this particular moment. We have seen such waves recurrently in our history. In the 1840s, it was the Know-Nothings, who hated Catholics and opposed Irish immigration and were even responsible for riots and other acts of violence. Show More Summary

5 Things You Didn't Know About Juno Award-Winner Sean Jones

Photo by Jessica Young What do you know about soul singer Sean Jones? A Canadian Juno Award? He's got one. To close off the Parapan Am Games, Jones shared his smooth vocals as he belted out our national anthem. Little piece of what went down this evening. Show More Summary

Donald Trump and My Mother-in-Law

When Donald Trump was just out of school and had begun working for his father, Fred Trump, my late mother-in-law was an office manager in the Trump office in Brooklyn. This was in the late 1960s. I was a freelance writer at the time, beginning to make some headway, and Donald must have become aware of me via office conversations. Show More Summary

Excuse Me! Excuse Me! Kids Are in the Room.

I would like to commend Miss Huffington for her decision to put anything "Trump" in the entertainment section of the Huffington Post. On behalf of all decent men I would like to apologize for the vulgar and ungodly words that Trump has directed to your way. Show More Summary

These 10 Charts Show Where Donald Trump Stands on the Issues

With so many interviews, press conferences, tweets, Instagrams and Facebooks, it's hard to keep track of where presidential candidate Donald Trump stands on the issues. And even if you could keep track, a lot of what he says doesn't quite make sense. Show More Summary

Is Miley Cyrus the Joan Baez of Her Generation?

Although I am fairly certain that my great-grandmother thought the same of Bob Dylan as I think of Justin Bieber (not sure how one says "colossal twit" in yiddish), it appears as if Miley Cyrus could actually engender the consciousness...Show More Summary

Donald Trump Is the Wrong Guy to Campaign on Money in Politics

So, Donald Trump, huh? Still leading in the polls, still feeding off of angry white people. Is it time to start discussing Trump as a credible candidate, or should we be ignoring him as a side show? Okay, for the record, I don't think Trump is really serious about a presidential run. Show More Summary

In Defense of True Detective Vol. 2: A Love Letter to Crime Noir and Broken People

Spoiler alerts for True Detective 2 and trigger warnings for discussions of rape and other abuse. I'm gonna come straight out and say it: I loved the second season of True Detective. Go ahead and toss your rotten fruit at my head. I've been hankering for jam. Show More Summary

31 Powerful Robin Williams Movie Quotes

Robin Williams was on this planet for too short a time. As much as we miss him, he didn't leave us completely. He still exists in his movies. Looking back at his performances, I wonder if Robin Williams was trying to tell us something. Show More Summary

Al & Me: More Than a Dog Day Afternoon

Broken hearts. Who hasn't had one? Who hasn't wallowed in the drama? I was a minute out of college and freelancing as a rock'n'roll writer in NYC... It was peace and love and my "Almost Famous" period, though my articles showed up in magazines like Teen Beat, not Rolling Stone. Show More Summary

37 Years on: Thank You, Bruce Springsteen

August 26 is always a day that occasions me to fall into a reverie. Before the night of August 26, 1978 I was one person. After that night I changed and eventually everything in my life changed. That night had deep reverberations like a church bell whose echoes go on for years. Show More Summary

Donald Trump and the Crisis of Bullying

Schools throughout the country are reopening for another year and administrators, teachers and parents continue to combat the crisis of bullying that harms countless kids every year. Bullies do irreparable harm to defenseless children considered powerless, weak or different by these aggressors. Show More Summary

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