Kathleen Hanna just gets better and better. And no, not because she's gettin' "older" or newly, appropriately, "mature," having worked through the catharsis of Bikini Kill and her subsequent first solo project. To describe her as a diamond in the diamond-in-the-ruff story of a punk rock Eliza Doolittle is to impose an obtuse framework on her. A boss lady like Kathleen should be understood in terms of an ever-proliferating,... More >>>