Madonna 60: Rebel Heart For The Ages

Madonna 60: Rebel Heart For The Ages

Madonna writhed around Like A Virgin and charged in like Joan of Arc rallying women to “Express Yourself!” any damn way they pleased. Today, this change maker turns 60. Continue reading

Many Sunscreens Aren’t the SPF They Claim to Be

Many Sunscreens Aren’t the SPF They Claim to Be

From HealthyWomen’s Summer Safety area by Stacey Feintuch   When you head out into the sun, you know that you and your family should be liberally covered in sunscreen, even if it’s cloudy or freezing out. Sure, you sometimes don’t use … Continue reading

Delilah’s Gen Z Music Pick Of The Week: Kali Uchis

“In My Dreams” by Kali Uchi is a dreamy summer track with an intro that—if you close your eyes—takes you on a trip that transports you into an 80s Jonh Hughes movie, then suddenly plops you into the 2008 virtual world of Little Big Planet. Continue reading

Ease Into Monday: I’m Your Puppet, Trump’s Love Song To Putin

Donald Trump dedicates “I’m Your Puppet” by James & Bobby Purify to Vladimir Putin on The Art Laboe Radio Show (satirical news, not fake news) Continue reading

Delilah’s Gen Z Music Pick Of The Week: The Shacks

Summer’s here, school’s out, and Delilah has your Gen Z summertime playlist—oh, and the older folks will like it, too.  Continue reading

West Hollywood: The Center of The Resistance

If California is the leader of The Resistance, West Hollywood is its headquarters. The city’s once large-scale, stunning, hand-painted billboards are a bygone era, but we still got somethin’ for ya. Continue reading

Ease Into Monday: Violin-Electronica Fusion

If you like the idea of classic violin infused into an eloquent electronic chillout track, “Lost and Found” by Coleone and Dream is for you. Continue reading

Anthony Bourdain: The Most Authentic Man In The World

  By Abraham Torres and Cheryl Diaz Anthony Bourdain normalized the rest of the world to U.S audiences. He sat down in small kitchens, indigenous communities, African villages in the middle of faraway jungles, by fire pits, on wooden planked single-rooms, with a … Continue reading

On the 50th Anniversary of Robert F. Kennedy’s Assassination, My Mom Remembers Meeting Him On That Fateful Day

On the 50th Anniversary of Robert F. Kennedy’s Assassination, My Mom Remembers Meeting Him On That Fateful Day

Earlier this year, Dolores Huerta told an audience at UCLA to remember to honor Robert F. Kennedy on June 6th, her friend, whom she was with when he was assassinated in Los Angeles 50 years ago today—to remember his ardent … Continue reading

Ease into Monday: “Hopeless Romantic” by Corleone & Dream

Ease into Monday With An Advance Listen on The Cherie Bomb “Hopeless Romantic” by Corleone & Dream Corleone & Dream share amorous, wordless narratives through the eloquent electronics and soaring strings on their upcoming two-track offering, “Better to Have Loved”, … Continue reading

Women’s History Month: The Women of the Zapatista Movement

NEVERTHELESS SHE PERSISTED Knowledge Drop 💧 Women’s History Month While American women argue about making 76 cents to every dollar that a man makes—while unfair—these Zapatista indigenous women of Chiapas, Mexico fight a racist, theocratic, militaristic state that is hostile … Continue reading

Ready For The Weekend: “Arabian Song” From Buddha Bar III

Ready For The Weekend: “Arabian Song” From Buddha Bar III

In celebration of Spring Equinox, Nature’s New Year, New Beginnings, Buddha’s birthday on April 8, and the weekend, let’s close our eyes and go to Buddha Bar in Paris, if only in our dreams. Ready for the Weekend: Arabian Song Livin’ In … Continue reading

Tonight on PBS: Portrait of a Social Justice Icon Dolores Huerta

Tonight on PBS: Portrait of a Social Justice Icon Dolores Huerta

Tonight on PBS! “Dolores”, the documentary.   Rebel, Feminist, Activist, Champion of the Poor. She will out-stand you at protest. She will out-walk you at a march, and she will out-dance you on the dance floor. When you need a break, she’s … Continue reading

Ease into Monday: The Wonderlust New Downtempo EP “Playground”

Ease into Monday: The Wonderlust New Downtempo EP “Playground”

A new EP from the Bay Area downtempo duo, The Wonderlust, is dropping April 13, but you can hear it here first—and it will ease you into Monday like no other.  The four tracks on “Playground”—”No Parachute”, “Terminator”, Scheherezade”, and “Makes … Continue reading

Women’s History Month: Dr. Helen Caldicott

Women’s History Month: Dr. Helen Caldicott

A Woman You Need To Know Dr. Helen Caldicott was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize by Nobel Laureate, Linus Pauling, the Smithsonian Institute named her one of the most influential women of the 20th Century and history will show that her anti-nuclear … Continue reading

Ease into Monday: “I Wonder” by Rodriguez

The Wonder of Sixto Rodriguez will ease you into Monday  Known primarily as “Rodriguez” today, the Mexican-American artist straight outta Detroit, he has gone by several cool monikers since the early 70s, Rod Riguez, Sixth Prince and Jesús Rodríguez.” Having … Continue reading

Ease Into Monday: “Fly Like An Eagle” With The Steve Miller Band

I want to feed the babies Who can’t get enough to eat I want to shoe the children New shoes on their feet I want to house the people Living in the street Oh, there’s a solution I want to fly … Continue reading

Ease Into Monday: WonderLust “I Said Maybe”

Ease into Monday with a new downtempo track by The Wonderlust, a duo from the Bay Area, who will get you back into the work week with the soothing sounds of guitar strings and slow, ambient electronic beats.  One half … Continue reading

Remember Val the Bartender? She wrote a book about Hillary Clinton—sort of

For the election that never ended, what better way to calm our nerves than with a nice, strong cocktail? What’s the harm? We’re already experiencing a year-long hangover, anyway. And, really, has there been a single day since Trump and … Continue reading

The Night I Met Jesus in West Hollywood: We Broke Bread, He Walked Me Home and Healed My Back

I’m not religious, but I found Jesus—on the corner of Robertson Boulevard and Melrose Avenue in West Hollywood in front of Cecconi’s Restaurant. It was a warm summer evening and we were taking a stroll, talking about the uniqueness of … Continue reading