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Author Archives: S. Nicole Lane
Veggie Bingo lives on
From the Hideout to Zoom, community finds a way.
Looking to enjoy art offline?
These museums and galleries are reopening.
Combating racism and sexism in Major League Soccer
Supporter groups the Plastics and the Black Fires are demanding change.
Essays on the hopes and horrors of returning to “normal”
Western Exhibitions invites a Cincinnati art center to Chicago
“Visionaries + Voices” presents sincere and humble work from an Ohio-based nonprofit that supports artists with disabilities.
On loving Bio-Dome and learning about Spaceship Earth
How the 90s flop and 2020 documentary reference our current bubble life
Finding love on Instagram Live
Media broadcasting network COVIDtv takes on dating.
Queer self-care straight from the Vine
Lifestyle and event brand Peach launches a digital headspace.
How Chicago artists are spreading the message that Black Lives Matter
Muralists use boarded-up storefronts as their new canvas as part of Paint the City.
If you can’t protest, open your wallet
A comprehensive guide to donating your money to fight white supremacy and police brutality
Growing up queer with The Sims
“Za Woka Genava” means “I think you are hot” in Simlish, and I think that’s beautiful.
Cybersex and sex work in Second Life
The virtual world is still a sanctuary for folks leaning into their sexual fantasies.
Breaking up in isolation
Three people spill their post-breakup thoughts.
Confinement Film Festival wants you to get creative in quarantine
With HUMP! canceled, a new online fest is born.