Graphic Details: Confessional Comics by Jewish Women will open at London’s Space Station 65 gallery in September!
Graphic Details, which I co-curated, is inspired by a story I wrote for the Forward. We’ve had successful runs in New York, San Francisco, Toronto, Washington, DC, Portland, and Miami Beach.
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“Bunna has been burning up the blogosphere since it graduated from a stall at the Smorgasburg market to a tidy Bushwick storefront. Believe the hype.” More
“‘Twist and Shout.’ ‘Under the Boardwalk.’ ‘Piece of My Heart.’ ‘Brown-Eyed Girl.’” The songs are recognized almost everywhere. But their Jewish creator, Bert Berns, has nearly vanished into obscurity. That should change this year.” More
“Mark Segal’s gay activism started at age 18. Anyone old enough to remember Walter Cronkite might recall Segal’s famous disruption a CBS Evening News broadcast to protest a lack of coverage of gay issues. Today, he’s widely praised as the dean of gay journalism.” More
“Shopping at J&R Music World always felt weirdly haimish. Despite the fact that the electronics retailer owned an entire block in Lower Manhattan, there was something endearingly shabby about the chainlet founded by Israeli immigrants Joe and Rachelle Friedman as a basement record store in 1971.” More
“When Lisa Robinson name-checks Elton, Mick and Iggy, it sounds completely natural. It should; through four decades, the legendary music journalist has been nearly as pivotal a pop figure as her subjects.” More