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Re: Welcome to Motherboards 3.0 - Questions + Comments Please!

LAD ·
Hi ChiChi & Johnny, my birthday coming up on 1/21/11 reminds me of all the birthdays you shared with me! LAD
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Re: Straight To Hell (Sex Stories)

bobby ·
Suddenly I feel a bit feverish...Did I ever tell you about the time I was in Miami and all oiled up and sashayin' down the beach in that gayish zone around 20th street and two Cuban mamis snatched me up right off the beach. I was 21 at the time and I had just imbibed an organic ciggerette and had washed down a mandrax or two with a shaker full of Martini juice and I'm bare foot and in only a skimpy speedo headed towards the ocean for a dip... Well these two young ( 18?) hot cubano girls who...
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Re: Miss Understood's Hi from Thailand

Miss Understood ·
BUTT WIPING...new topic Mommy? So I don't want you all to get the impression that's it's all this gritty street thing. I was just hanging there to experience the realness. Today I did the flashy mall thing. There is this big cluster of huge flashy malls full of affluent Thai teenagers. While there are a lot of American fashion chains, there are also some great Thai designer shops. There's lots of Japanese influence. The American fastfood places are all there in a cluster (KFC, Starbucks,...
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Re: Displaced Radical Faeries

Chi Chi ·
Would love to hear any and all details, especially about the A*** Test! Faeries rock. [This message was edited by ulysses wept on 05-18-02 at 09:21 PM.]
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Re: Greer Lankton

Rose Royalle ·
I saw her big titted sculpture at a Whitney Annual which included more G&L artists than ever before, curated by an exceptional gay artworld celeb, Klaus Kertess, and was delightfully surprised that a trans-artist was included in the show, especially in an art climate that was and still is, although administered by art fags and women, in many ways predominantly macho,(compare prices of male artist's work with that of females-- even after women's lib!) I was anxious to see more of her work...
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Re: Mondo Internet

ulysses wept ·
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow.asp?art_id=7539370
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Re: Can We Build a Less Prejudiced TG Sense of Community?

Jade ·
thoughtfully put Stacy Im going to add that politically it might be easier to define "transgendered behavior", as opposed to a "transgendered" group of people. Everyone has a different personal identity, and I don't think its necessary to catagorize - especially for legal reasons. "Thou shalt not discriminate on the basis of varied gender expression." Now there's a law for ya! Afterall, its the expressing of gender variation that "invites" trouble from the ignorant, small-minded and wicked.
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Re: RIP, VIP

Rose Royalle ·
Michael's lover Gareth sent me a note that Michael died last night between 8-9PM, at Saint Vincent's of complications due to HIV/AIDS which he had been fighting bravely for years. Gareth shut off his med tubes at 8PM because Michael loved curtain time. I'm sure many of you remember the pierced and tattooed very handsome couple, Michael and Gareth who frequented Jackie 60, Click & Drag and recently Cheez Whiz. Michael was an actor/songwriter. He was one of the girls in "Cage" on Broadway...
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Re: RIP, VIP

Rose Royalle ·
Widely publicized and with a NYMag article to come out Holly died last week. She had been my art dealer from 1974-1980. Everything the many NYTimes obits said about her and Grace Gluck's full biography is true. She treated artists like friends, supported many many talents, and went with her gut feelings no matter what the odds. My personal memory which I'll never forget was the crazy summer we drove up to Lake Placid with a stationwagon trunk full of white wine and returned with a...
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Re: RIP, VIP

daddy ·
Holly was a steam roller. She paved the way. She had one of the first galleries in SOHO. When SHE moved downtown EVERYONE moved downtown. Holly started so many people's careers. Too many to mention. She was often the first person to give an artist a break. Most of the household name artists of the 70's, 80's, 90's and beyond got their start somehow with Holly. Holly, subsequently, had one the best art collections in the world. Going to her apt. (57th Street) was like going to the Museum of...
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Re: RIP, VIP

daddy ·
(not natural born blondes) Chi Chi & Holly on St. Bart's, late 20th century. (I'm not too good with dates as most of you know) Holly [This message was edited by daddy on 06-21-02 at 03:38 PM.]
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Re: Mondo Internet (Part 2)

Joel ·
Yikes, check out The Long Island StayLace Association Corset Site . This site is way too cool. It is devoted totally to corsets. Pay particular attention to Corset Gallery #16 Men In Corsets and Corset Gallery #21 Corsets In The Transgender Community (Feminine Illusions) Hold yer breath and tighten up, This whole site ROCKS! [This message was edited by Joel on 08-31-02 at 07:15 PM.]
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Re: David Wojnarowicz - Artist

dreambot ·
from TonyaKnudsen: I have moved this "episode" of "How Dreambot came to ArtMaker" from David W. to that one. [This message was edited by TonyaKnudsen on 09-21-02 at 06:45 PM.]
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Re: The Club Creatures - Zazoo & Satori

TonyaKnudsen ·
No! A dancefloor is everybody's always!!! And I did love watching it--you two running off!! You couldn't pay people to look so jarred!! And the faux pas is mine. The theory was to make an interactive imprmptu video. The problem (well technically there were several glitches) but the biggest being -- the music is not yet appropriate for the dance floor, perhaps even to ears. If it was, people wouldn't have been so confused. But I got through it and had to laugh myself at the mockery I made.
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Re: Jo-Jo Baby - DollMaker

TonyaKnudsen ·
Jo-Jo, a beautiful statement, and very insightful. I think that sentiment akin to the etiology (cause of a condition) that links all artists together ... something to do with needs and communication anyway. But why dolls? Why not another medium? I know Greer was a great influence, (I have been reading that topic, so intense, it weighs now in the back of my mind.) but was there anything else? We will have to get you and Madame Dollhaus in touch some day. You will love the dollhaus. It's...
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Re: Join us at Hooker's Ball 4 New Year's Eve

Chi Chi ·
I'll let Kitty know you are ID-less, so coming in isn't a problem, nor would I think drinking be - having seen you lately, you look very glamorous but definately 21. The bartenders are really trying to sort out more the 18-20 year-olds who can't drink, so if you are really baby-faced, even if older, bring ID! So glad you are coming Reive ...
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Re: Miss Understood's Thailand 2003!

Miss Understood ·
Not to disappoint anyone, but I'm not really a chicken hawk. Lately I've actually been into daddy types. BUT I met this 21 year old from Viet Nam (that's how they write it in Asia) online. Now, not only am I going to his town (Saigon) at the end of my trip, but he's also visiting Thailand while I'm here. We're basically traveling in circles will only meet for 2 days. He's going to Pattaya where those big drag shows happen. I made plans to go with him to the shows. Now, should I plan on 1...
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Re: Mondo Internet (Part 2)

Johnny Gato ·
This is being forwarded around, and it seems rather heartfelt and has some bracing thoughts in it, but it also seems to belong in a category with the "Hang in There" cat poster and "Love is..." cartoons. Also I don't know if any of the statistics in it are true or not. SPAM FOLLOWS: If we could shrink the earth's population to a village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following: There would be: 57 Asians 21...
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Re: Nightclub Disasters

Darla Diamond ·
The band Great White's performance rider contains no mention whatsoever of pyrotechnics being used during the rock group's current tour of clubs and small theaters, The Smoking Gun has learned. TSG today (2/21) obtained copies of the band's rider from two separate promoters who booked shows by the group during the past month. A copy of the Great White performance specs can be found below. A third promoter, Domenic Santana, told TSG that the band set off a pyrotechnic display without his...
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Re: Las Vegas

Tina Tawdre ·
April 21 - 27, 2003 Week-long t*-girl party in LV Details at www.geekbabe.com/dlv Some girls find this group too tame, but it's a no-cost week-long rolling party structure. Get on the party bus (it's a metaphor, girl) for those events you want to go to and skip the ones you think are boring. There's no fee to register. There's no organization to join, there's no conference to attend (this ain't Southern Comfort, it's a vacation). We plan this every year because we like hanging out together...
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Re: New Old New Wave? 1982-->2002

Zazoo and Satori ·
It's funny, when I started this topic almost a year ago, I didn't even know that there was already a marketing term for these up-and-coming electronic based groups...(Electroclash) Now a lot of magazines are already calling it "Dead." Well it may be old news in NYC, but it's catching on BIG in LA and London, and Chicago is starting to have bi-monthlies... And no one is doing nights at all in the smaller towns in the Midwest...So I'd guess it will hit before the end of the year here. (We're...
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Re: Michael Moore

I initially felt that Moore's film would strike a blow against documentaries as an art form, but it's possible that it is only an example of opinionated, selective documentary filmmaking gone a few steps too far. I argued with my friend that there's a difference between selective presentation of true facts and outright lies, but he wasn't having it. He gets kind of obstinate whenever people disagree with him. He said I can't comment until I see the film. I say that's bullshit, since I only...
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Re: New Old New Wave? 1982-->2002

Zazoo and Satori ·
*** FISCHERSPOONER ON JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE *** Hey FISCHERSPOONER fans, Here's an amazing opportunity to be a part of FISCHERSPOONER's performance on the JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE show on Monday, April 28th. Our friends at 1iota Productions are looking for diehard fans to be a part of this performance. The show will take place in a secret location in Los Angeles. If you are one of the lucky fans we ultimately and exclusively invite, know that you are an integral part of the performance! If you are...
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Re: Jo-Jo Baby - DollMaker

Zazoo and Satori ·
Tell me JoJo... When you are lying in bed at night...can you still hear the Sals screaming? [This message was edited by Zazoo and Satori on 04-21-03 at 11:02 PM.]
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Re: New Old New Wave? 1982-->2002

Zazoo and Satori ·
Date: Mon, 21 Apr 2003 13:34:13 EDT From: larrytee21@aol.com Subject: Internship Position Mogul Electro is announcing that we are looking for a spring/summer intern for our New York office. Mogul Electro, headed by Larry Tee, is one of the loudest champions of the Electroclash/nu-Electro scene. Check out our website for more information on the company at www.electroclash.com . The internship will be in the area of promotions and public relations. Interns will be expected to help with daily...
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Re: ARCADIA! Opening Night Gala May 30 at CBGB Gallery

Chi Chi ·
What a visual/aural/sensory overload was ARCADIA! opening night - there was so much to take in I think it will take a while to process. First, congrats in order to TonyaKnudsen for dreaming up the whole thing and working so many months to make it happen. Secondly, to my three co-producers Jade Barbee, Derrick and Mia I have nothing but admiration for the heaps of time and energy that you put into the process. My critical-eyed Emperor said that it is the best-hung show he's ever seen at CB's,...
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Re: Liquid Sky

Pops Steiner ·
Oh, I'm sorry I'm ragging on this movie and everyone likes it. It's just that, you know, imagine you're 21 years old and these kooky Russians come to town and make a movie about your scene. Except it doesn't resemble anything that's actually happening. Or rather it does, but in a really twisted, outsider way. I'll admit all these years later it's pretty funny to see. I suggest a double feature with Times Square. According to Ann Carlysle, the butch character in that one is supposed to be...
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Re: Jackie 60 FURTHER in London Sept. 20

seven ·
In Locarno now Empress, not too distant from Bosnia, in fact a lot of smuggling, money laundering and cigarrettes mostly but some illegal aliens too, come and go through here from Bosnia. The last time I was here I spent one evening in a mountain hut at 10,000 feet with three veteran Albanian border piercers who proceeded to drink nearly all their contraband while cheating eachother blind at cards all night. One nice ammenity about Locarno though are the numerous corner smoke shops, and it...
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Re: JC Leroy (as Terence put it)

S'tan ·
No, I think JT is a real kid, unless she's Bobby Miller in astral projection. [This message was edited by S'tan on 10-21-03 at 09:03 PM.]
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Re: RIP, VIP

dreambot ·
But for a few exceptions, I find the chronciling and passing of lessor knowns way more fascinating then the lives of generic stars of the day. Harold von Braunhut, Seller of Sea Monkeys, Dies at 77 By DOUGLAS MARTIN Published: December 21, 2003 Harold von Braunhut, who used comic book advertisements to sell whimsical mail-order inventions like Amazing Sea Monkeys, tiny shrimp that pop to life when water is added, died on Nov. 28 at his home in Indian Head, Md. He was 77. His wife, Yolanda,...
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Re: Goin' To The Chapel: The Lesbian, Gay & T/S Marriage Topic

Luxury Lex ·
I just found this article. It has tomorrow's date on it but whatever. Take that, Mrs. Bush!
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Re: Oh, no, here come The Republicans!

Merlinator ·
wish mother had a summer lodge in the pocanos. there will be twelve arraignment courts operating according to newsday (normally there are four?). arrest are projected to reach 1000 a day. because of the budget there are fewer prosecuters which may slow things down..... am sure there will be mass arrests of street people and the more obvious boys and girls of the night just before the show starts as well. there will be roads and streets blocked off so make sure you have PROPER ID that shows...
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Re: East Side, West Side, All Around The Town

no face ·
not just the hike for the initial fee and the extra 10 per, but the extra dollar between 4 & 8. and, the bradlee's building is going to be whole foods and forever 21 on the lower floors and office space for cantor fitzgerald on the upper levels.
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Re: Puritan Watch

Anna Nicole ·
Dr LAURA ... what a puritan... This was e-mailed to me, thought it was cute.. Laura Schlessinger is a US radio personality, > who dispenses advice to people who call in to her Radio show. On her > radio show recently, she said that, as an observant Orthodox Jew, > homosexuality is an abomination, according to Leviticus 18:22, and > cannot be condoned under any circumstance. The following response is an > open letter to Dr. Laura, penned by a US resident, which was posted >...
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Re: Puritan Watch

Michael Madison ·
I just love these lawmakers' majorly skewed views of Americans. It's a wonder that we're not all still wearing pinafor hats and buckled shoes. Fuck! LEASH GAL'S SEX PIX By VINCENT MORRIS and DEBORAH ORIN New York Post May 13, 2004 -- WASHINGTON - Shocking shots of sexcapades involving Pfc. Lynndie England were among the hundreds of X-rated photos and videos from the Abu Ghraib prison scandal shown to lawmakers in a top-secret Capitol conference room yesterday. "She was having sex with...
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Re: My Night of 1000 Stevies 14 review

Jenny ·
Well this is my first club. I'm 21. My mom wanted to go to it too. I really couldn't stay long because I drank and when I drink I get tired. Maybe next year I'll go with a friend and we'll get there at 11:30. But it was just so crowded I couldn't breathe.
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Re: My Night of 1000 Stevies 14 review

morgan pure ·
Oh, Jenny, just read all your messages. If you're 21, how old does that make your mother? Is she cute? Does she have any piercings? Morgan
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Re: Swept Away part 2

Michael Madison ·
Say what you will about poor ticket sales and deep discounts, but Madoo-doo is doing alright compared to many this summer. From MTV:
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Re: Oh, no, here come The Republicans!

S'tan ·
Who is staying in town for this hell? I have my ticket to San Francisco. Goodbye. They're putting up traffic blockades from 30th to 36th Street, and from 6th avenue to 9th Avenue. You will not be able to drive on the block without lots of ID, and they will video-screen underneath every vehicle passing into that area. I'm just below that (West 26th) but by mid-August 21 I feel sure this "no fly" zone will be extended. I just hope the cat-sitters will not need ID to get on the block.
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Re: Here we go! Announcing NOTS 20: SISTERS OF THE MOON for May 14, 2010

Chi Chi ·
LATEST NEWS OF NOTS Sorry we haven't written for a while, Gypsies, but we've been absolutely SWAMPED with applicants for NOTS 20: SISTERS OF THE MOON, both new and returning. We could fill two whole nights with the 75 performers we have heard from already, but since we only have one, its been a big challenge to get it right! Included below is the latest version of the bill, and we are still adding a few more names to it - this year's three new performers/ensembles. We'll be announcing those...
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Re: Here we go! Announcing NOTS 20: SISTERS OF THE MOON for May 14, 2010

Chi Chi ·
LATEST NEWS OF NOTS 3/6/2010 Delighted to share our complete bill for NOTS 20: SISTERS OF THE MOON, as we have just finished selecting this year's debut performers from a giant and very talented pool of applicants. To every performer and ensemble who applied, our thanks for your interest and time - we truly wish we could have included more of you, but have found that the show flows best with 24 segments or under. Also in this newsletter is the NOTS 20 Suggested Dress Code, for those of you...
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Re: Pets in the City

Zazoo and Satori ·
Oh, poor kitty. So glad she's ok. We didn't even think about what would happen if our kitty got a poisoned mouse. 7 you are so right. Spring traps are fast, effective and probably the most humane (even more than letting a cat get them) We were kicking ourselves for not pulling up all the poison the minute they left. Apparently the exterminator knew he was responsible for his employee's mistake because as soon as we told him there were over 21 doses in our apartment he offered to pay for ALL...
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Re: Greer Lankton

Zazoo and Satori ·
A wonderful recent Memoir with some fantastic photos that I've never seen XXXOOO Satori ----------------------------- GREER LANKTON, A MEMOIR by Julia Morton At the funeral of East Village artist Greer Lankton, held just over ten years ago in November 1996, her grieving parents displayed a family picture showing an ordinary middle-class mother and father, brother and sister all standing on a beach in khaki shorts, tees and walking shoes. Their hair was blowing and their suntanned faces were...
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Re: What a wonderful night! (reviews of NOTS 17)

Chi Chi ·
Yes, we all missed the 18-20 year olds that were able to come in at the Knit. Hiro, like all of the venues we considered this year, is 21 and over. I personally had to write to several despondent teenagers who couldn't come, and that was hard! But, there are so few venues left in NY that can accomodate a show of this size and complexity ON A WEEKEND NIGHT that our hands were kind of tied. Oh for the days at MOTHER when Kitty could sneak in the occasional 16 year old just by drawing a giant X...
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Re: What a wonderful night! (reviews of NOTS 17)

AnthoNYC ·
Hi Chi Chi and Daddy, Thanks to both of you for your replies about my observations. I'm thrilled to hear attendance was up this year even though it didn't feel as busy. It was great to have some space to dance. I forgot about the whole 18-21 issue, so thanks for the clarification on where all the cute teen boys went. Well... they'll just end up being hottie 21 year olds when they can get back in again! (Hmmm... make mental note to self to hold 18-21 cutie-NOTS banned-boys party in my bedroom...
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Re: Provincetown 2

bobby ·
From Provincetown to Manhattan but just for five days. I will be maiking my summer sojourne to NYC on June 21 and will be there until June 25. I would love to see those of you that care during my visit. Drop me a line and let's catch up.
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Re: DH and the Fishsticks

Glamnerd ·
lol http://dl.aol.com/index.html?date=2007-09-21&video=1
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Re: Dean Johnson - Death of a Legendary Legend

friendofdean ·
For me and hundreds of others, this death has left a huge hole in my heart. At times Dean's shadow, suivante, confidante, alter-ego, giggle partner, partner in crime, and groupie, 21 years later, I've lost a major role model, a friend who was more like the older brother I never had. A true meanie at times, Dean nonetheless always tried to point me in the direction of personal freedom and happiness. For whatever reason, he took me under his wing in the mid 80's/early 90's era that he...
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Re: Dr. Sketchy's Anti-Art School

Molly Crabapple ·
Well, when I started Dr. Sketchy's, I advertized it on alot of illustrators communities. People started writing to me to bemoan the fact that there was nothing like that in Salt Lake City or Viriginia or wherever they lived. So, I wrote a tutorial on how to start your own. Within a few months, I had five branches. I sat down with a lawyer, wrote a licensing agreement that spells out their obligations and what they have to do. Fast forward a few months. I get a book deal for Dr. Sketchy's. Me...
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Re: Farewell Charming Olde New York, part 4

seven ·
August 5, 2008 East Village, Before the Gentry By COLIN MOYNIHAN Over the last 15 years Q. Sakamaki, a Japanese photographer living in New York, has forged a reputation as a documentarian of conflict and suffering. From the civil war in Liberia to the misery of sex workers in Bangladesh, he creates pictorial narratives of the devastation that unfolds when military or economic forces collide with ordinary human lives. But his new book, "Tompkins Square Park" (powerHouse Books), returns to...
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