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  • Wonder Woman and Religion

    Not too long ago, I was in attendance to a Vacation Bible School at a Local Baptist Church. I saw a younger girl in her teens with a Wonder Woman bag. Being a supporter of the character, I complimented the girl on the bag, stating that the character is...
  • Iceman’s Post-Secret Wars Future to Double Down on Bi-Erasure

    Back in April, Brian Michael Bendis kicked up a fuss with All-New X-Men #40 when the time-shifted, teenage version of Bobby Drake was outed by the psychic powers by equally teenaged and time-shifted Jean Grey. This raised a lot of hackles, not least of which for the conversation’s reliance...
  • Review: The Set Piece

    It’s a well known fact among the Rainbow Hub staff that I’m utterly obsessed with the Eurovision Song Contest. Less well known, is that I’m also fanatical about soccer. While fellow writers will often hear me wax poetic about Loreen or Johnny Logan, very close friends are subjected to...
  • It Could Have Been Us…

    On Friday, May 15th I attended a demonstration at monument circle, organized by Indiana Palestine Solidarity, marking the 67th anniversary of the Nakba. Nakba, or al-Nakba is an Arabic word meaning “catastrophe” or “disaster”, which is the term given to the displacement of more than 700,000 Palestinian people during...
  • The Rainbow Hub Meetup: Los Angeles

    The Rainbow Hub is proud to announce that we will be hosting a Carol Corps/Kamala Korps Meetup in Los Angeles this summer! For those of you who are in the Los Angeles area and will be free on July 25, we’ll be meeting up at the California Science Center...
  • Artist Profile: Priima

    Priima (aka Ryan Rees) is something of a prodigy, producing a moody, authentic brand of synth pop that sounds straight out of the genre’s heyday—with a few touches of 90s ambient and modern electronics and not from someone who was born in 1996. Rees, who has been creating music...
  • The Rainbow Hub Meetup: Atlanta

    The Rainbow Hub is proud to announce that we will be hosting a Sponsored Meetup in Atlanta this summer! For those of you who are in the Atlanta area and will be free on June 20, we’ll be meeting up at the Center for Civil and Human Rights to...
  • Review: Alice Signal Fires ‘Ghost’

    Alice Signal Fires is the brainchild of 17 year old Declan McCrory, a startlingly bright new talent from Belfast/Caryduff. McCrory has enlisted his older brother Conor (all of 21 himself) and various friends, including their producer Lee McMahon—who plays drums on the set—to give life to eight lovely, folk-tinged...
  • Artist Profile: Boy On Guitar

    Boy On Guitar are an intriguing pop/rock trio who call the Central Valley of California home and whose music is a winning blend of acoustic folk, wistful indie rock and a good dose of synth pop for good measure. The band consists of Genesis Jennings—whose breathy voice is a...