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My first experience with Bitch Magazine was seeing it peeping out from around the corner of another publication in the magazine rack at Tangents, the local alternative store. It wasn’t the first issue, but it was close. Tangents sold things such as obscure magazines with limited distribution, gag gifts, weird postcards, boxes of nag champa incense, and toe rings. I ambled in to read Adbusters in
Cinema Libre Studio is thrilled to announce the home entertainment release of the Slamdance Grand Jury Prize-winning documentary, FORGET ME NOT. The film begins in…more
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