Malalai Joya—also known as Joya—gave a voice to the women, children and men of Afghanistan when she called out members of the newly elected parliament as warlords, narco-terrorists and war criminals. Her life has been in constant danger ever since, but she continues to speak out against the fundamentalist Islamic regime in Afghanistan and America’s involvement with warlords still in power over Afghan citizens.
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photography by Lindsey Best Andrew Bird, a multi-instrumentalist best known for his skills on the violin, played a semi exclusive and very sold out show at USC’s Bovard Auditorium as the last stop on this tour for his latest album Noble Beast (2009). Bird played a diverse two hour set drawing material from as old [...]
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Instead of keeping convention by writing songs in line with her other, louder music projects, Cervenka’s Midwest epiphany helped her do what Lil Wayne could not in The Carter, fearlessly emerge from behind the mask of public expectations and expose your soul to a bunch of drunk Long Beach fans. Somewhere in a pot-and-sizzurp stupor, Young Money is jealous.