Sticks and Stones: Critiquing the Internet one blog at a time.

Sticks and Stones: Critiquing the Internet one blog at a time.

A Postcard in America

Just a Postcard in America

The People’s Public Transit Bureau Presents: Sticks and Stones

at The Brewery 2100 N Main A-15 (In the Atrium.)

Breathing real life into new media.

The People’s Public Transit Bureau and LA Eastside will be having an open discussion on aspects of race, culture and new media while we silk screen the t-shirt you have on (you have to take it off,) the one you brought from home or a complimentary one from a very limited supply.

Opening the weekend of the annual Brewery Spring Art Walk.

April 18th and 19th. 11:00am-6:00pm.

Play in the sandbox with People’s Public Transit Bureau guest the LA Eastside.


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My name is Browne Molyneux. I'm a lady. I'm a radical feminist. I'm black. I'm an Angeleno. I'm an artist. I'm carFREE. I'm a freelance writer. I'm a blogger. I'm a philosopher. I'm a humanist. I'm a journalist. I formerly wrote a column on transportation, Tracks for LA City Beat. The above are all of the things I have to work on being, got questions email me. My topics of interests include but are not limited to politics, transportation, dark green issues, economics, race relations, feminism, culture, working class urban life, media, art, Los Angeles and literature.

2 thoughts on “Sticks and Stones: Critiquing the Internet one blog at a time.

  1. I’m bringing an extra shirt just because me without a shirt is not a good thing.

  2. Send me a sex text and I’ll let you know…lol…I just found out that existed so thank you ERH for allowing me to use that in a sentence.


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