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Right on Artists have their own way of doing things. And so it is that MARFA JOURNAL -- a new publication "created by artists for artists" -- came to be. The magazine plans to be a center of culture much like the tiny desert down of Marfa, Texas that inspired its creation and name. The first issue, dissects into easy to swallow sections featuring raw, casual, decadent, romantic, obscure and progressive content featuring the likes of Odd Future, Skye Parrott, Lindsay Lohan and Rachel Korine. Issue 1 also features the likes of Erik Brunetti and The Total Princess on two different hardback covers. See some selects from the new MARFA JOURNAL below.
It's a mix bag. It's always a mixed up bag. What's in Chan Marshall's bag? [Amoeba] Patrick McGuire continues his search in the Amanda Todd case. [VICE] Pamela Love Classic Collection. Get your hard metals while you can. [Pamela Love] Could Beyoncé be any more perfect? Also, she got Destiny's Child back together, so.... [Noisey and Pitchfork] We will always be enthralled with Lindsay Lohan, even if her career has taken a nose dive into the land of nothing burgers. Why? [New York Times] Damien Echols of The West Memphis Three tells a story about being beaten in jail as teenager and life on death row. [Moth Podcast] Our favorite Florida band Merchandise released a new track. [Pitchfork]
Natasha Lyonne will be on your box (no cheerleader) Some husky-voiced actresses get a DUI and make critically-panned biopics, others turn liquor into liquorice and develop a network TV show. Natasha Lyonne should give Lindsay a few tips because she's set to star and produce a new sitcom for Fox. The currently untitled project will be a single-camera comedy about Stella (Lyonne) living with her conservative brother after she leaves rehab. It's semi-autobiographical because Lyonne was arrested for driving drunk in 2001 and went through a court-ordered drug problem. Before the sitcom airs on Fox, you can see Lyonne in a Netflix original series called Orange is the New Black, from the creator of Weeds. It's about a women's prison. Seems like Natasha Lyonne is really cornering the "bad bitch" TV market. We're not complaining. She can be our anti-New Girl any day.
These things are all actually happening Yo writers! This magazine wants to pay you $2 an article. Fair, right? [Noisey] Lindsay Lohan had a dream. [Buzzfeed] When your period is late and you think you could be pregnant it is all that's on your mind... until you pee on that beloved truth stick. Good thing they are selling them in bars now. [Jezebel] Yet another reason to never have kids: taking them to a stripper exercise class would be weird. [Toronto Sun] Nicki Minaj X Gavin McInnes. [Street Carnage] Jewel is going to write a book for children. Is this what singers do when their hits are decades done? [Celebrity Babies]