Natalie Durkin returns to Bard

Natalie Durkin, producer of Sounds and the City returns to Bard College for the school year and we will miss her

Thank you Natalie for an awesome summer full of high energy, poetry, music, and lots of text messages

Natalie Durkin is staff writer and social media assistant at TribeLA Magazine. She is also a student at Bard College in New York’s idyllic Hudson Valley and returns intermittently to L.A. to see her parents and black Labrador Retriever, Buoy. Don’t ask her what she is majoring in, she doesn’t know yet, but she plans on pursuing a career in drama therapy. Once, she was a debutante. Sometimes, she is an actress, water skier, and snow skier. She is always a Sex and the City fan, animal lover, and proud Angeleno. Her weekly program, Sounds and the City will continue, so stay tuned.

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Natalie’s Summer 2017 at TribeLA Magazine

Sounds and the City 08.25.2017 “Angeleno” by Sam Outlaw

Sounds and the City 08.18.2017 “Counting Sheep” by AiRLiNE

Sounds and the City: “Bell Peppers” by Moollz

Sounds and the City 08.4.17: “Rabbit Fur Coat” by Jenny Lewis and the Watson Twins

ART TODAY 07.22.17: Love, sex, and eye contact by Molly (Moollz) Kirschenbaum – with Acrostic Interview in its entirety

New Year Review with 000,000,0001 Views by Adam Mars

Natalie Durkin named Content Contributor and Social Media Assistant at TribeLA Magazine

United States Youth Poet Laureate Amanda Gorman is an auspicious, Artistic Angeleno

Salient Sunday: Adam Mars lets us inside his Funhouse for a TribeLA Magazine Acrostic Interview

The TribeLA Musicians Acrostic Artist Interview with Katie Mitchell of Kilo Tango

The Intergalactic and Intuitive Moollz

A Review of SOUNDS and THE CITY: L.A.’s Punk Prodigies “The Regrettes” on 60’s Glamour…

We are launching TribeLA Music to give up-and-coming and established artists a platform to project their creative voices in addition to their musical talent

Buoy’s exclusive canine Interview with Miss Annie from the Davis MacDonald mystery novels – a week long series

We the Young People: Reflecting on Our Nation’s Birthday with Amanda Gorman, United States Youth Poet Laureate

We the Young People: Reflecting on Our Nation’s Birthday with Mila Cuda, Los Angeles 2017 Youth Poet Laureate

We the Young People: Reflecting on Our Nation’s Birthday with Rhiannon McGavin, 2016 Los Angeles Youth Poet Laureate

thank you Natalie!

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