Eye Drop: Highlights from this week’s magazine
Most people have heard of experimental music, but what is it exactly, and who makes it? In this week’s lead, Zoe Camp delves into the world of New York’s underground experimental music scene to track its origins, death, and rebirth by talking to the people who make and know it best. [The Lead]
Remember the ’90s? So do artists like Azealia Banks and Drake, who use nostalgia to market their music and make new songs. Somala Diby talks about rappers talking about their childhood. [Music]
There’s more to James Bond than martinis and tuxedos, which is why MoMA will be screening movies starring the one and only all month. Jack Klempay explores James Bond’s ability to comment on a crazy time: the Cold War. [Film + TV]
When you think of artists who love America, two should immediately come to mind: The Killers and Walt Whitman. If you think you can tell Killers quotes apart from Whitman quotes, Amelia Pitcherella challenges you to take this week’s Eyesites quiz. [Eyesites]
Dr. Kathie Ann Joseph is one of the top breast cancer surgeons in the country and works to break down barriers between women and adequate treatment. Jessica Karch sat down with Dr. Joseph to discuss Obamacare, and how to get the underserved appropriate care. [Eye to Eye]
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