This Week in the Voice: Wheelchair Sports Camp's Incredible Badassery, Lana Del Rey
This week in the Voice, out today: Camille Dodero's cover story tells the wild tale of Wheelchair Sports Camp, a hip-hop trio (or as they call it, "krip-hop") from Colorado who raised money through Kickstarter to come play CMJ. Wheelchair Sports Camp's frontwoman, Kalyn Heffernan, is a disabled, queer supporter of Occupy Wall Street. Kalyn is hilarious, rapped onstage with Obie Trice, and loves weed. Read this.
Also in the new issue...
Robert Sietsema writes of the delights of Shanghai Asian Cuisine's soup dumplings.
Maura Johnston discusses the music blogosphere's current favorite topic: singer Lana Del Rey. Maura Johnston examines the artifice of Del Rey that goes beyond the singer's looks.
Nat Hentoff describes Mike Bloomberg and Ray Kelly's treatment of Occupy Wall Street as a "disgrace to this city's history."
Rosie Gray writes on the new wave of student activism in New York City.
Karina Longsworth reviews the new Tilda Swinton film, We Need To Talk About Kevin.
Michael Feingold reviews the unfortunate Bonnie and Clyde musical.
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