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By Kate Bolick
September 3, 2006

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THIS SUMMER, for feminists of a certain age at least, a chapter closed when the all-female indie rock band Sleater-Kinney announced an indefinite hiatus. The band was among the last live-and-kicking vestiges of the punk rock Riot Grrrl movement that reached its apex in the 1990s with an explosion of willfully political bands and zines. As such, it was also ... (Full article: 1024 words)

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