10. 01. 2013

Suzanne Walsh and the Ladies of Laguna Beach: A Thriving Force

Some women may feel at ease being passive, accepting tradition without question, and letting the guys be “the men” for them, taking all the credit and calling all the shots; but, in Laguna...

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10. 01. 2013

Raw Power Writings: Wreck of the Zephyr

It’s rare to find bands that put nearly as much effort into the physical packaging of their music as they do into the music itself. Then again, Los Angeles’s Wreck Of The Zephyr...

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12. 12. 2012

New York: Capital City of Art?

New York is generally accepted as the center of the Universe of art. Oh sure, Los Angeles wants to claim it’s a rival, but no one is really fooled. Paris and London still...

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12. 12. 2012

Empire Moon: A Review

Empire Moon is an annual literary event put on by PEN Center USA, an literary organization that hosts events like this, and has over 600 writer-members. PEN Center USA strives to protect the...

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12. 12. 2012

The Spirit of Punk Rock is Alive in San Pedro: Toys That Kill

Punk rock has been a source of inspiration for the majority of my life, and the South Bay punk community is one that has stayed true to it’s roots in both intensity, chaotic...

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01. 12. 2012

2012 December Issue

EMPIRE MOON: A REVIEW BY EVAN SENN Empire Moon is an annual literary event put on by PEN Center USA, an literary organization that hosts events like this, and has over 600 writer-members....

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12. 11. 2012
Raw Power Writings: White Murder

Raw Power Writings: White Murder

  If the walls of Harold’s Place in San Pedro could talk, they’d probably mumble something incoherent and then challenge you to a fight. Harold’s Place has been around for ages and because...

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10. 11. 2012

Not Just Rainbows and Teddy Bears

A Profile of Susanna Conaway Most people have never thought about stained glass as an art form outside of their visit to Notre Dame or maybe when considering Louis Comfort Tiffany.  For those...

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21. 10. 2012

A Wish to Change the World: JR

If someone gave you a six-figure check and only one stipulation, “make a wish to change the world.” What would your wish be, what would you propose, what would be your plan. This...

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17. 10. 2012

FEVERDREAMBURN with SHARK TOOF

INTERVIEW WITH SHARK TOOF Let me just be forward about this – The artist known as Shark Toof is a close friend of mine. With that having been said, he’s simply not an easy person to...

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17. 10. 2012

Studio Visit with Melinda Gray

  Ninety-nine percent of the time when I look at art I am unimpressed. Partially because of my training in Art History: I always hear the echoes of Rothko, Rauschenberg and Cezanne.  Truthfully...

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12. 10. 2012

Why I Occupy No More

In a dripping haze Of martyred days We filled the streets with joy and rage We found a voice, and found a stage And told the world we’d turned a page But at...

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10. 10. 2012

A Visit With Disco Booty in Venice

On a warm Southern California Tuesday, Venice is the perfect place to walk around; the salty air, the light aroma of smog, the Venice-Heads running the usual marijuana-scented muck… As I walk up...

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10. 10. 2012

A Portrait of Melinda Gray

Ninety-nine percent of the time when I look at art I am unimpressed. Partially because of my training in Art History: I always hear the echoes of Rothko, Rauschenberg and Cezanne.  Truthfully though,...

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09. 10. 2012

Psychocandy and the Art of Andre Woodward

My first time walking into the artist in residence studio at the Orange County Great Park I was quite intrigued with the artwork of Andre Woodward, strewn all around the small repurposed space....

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09. 10. 2012

Not Just Rainbows and Teddy Bears: A Profile of Susanna Conaway

Most people have never thought about stained glass as an art form outside of their visit to Notre Dame or maybe when considering Louis Comfort Tiffany. For those who get to know stained...

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09. 10. 2012

Lost Murals of L.A.

“Lost Murals of LA,” tells a story about significant works of art that have vanished. Each work has been lost for a different reason: discarded, stolen, erased, or faded. Their loss is deeply...

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09. 10. 2012

Ceci N’est Pas L’Art

a-nom-a-ly  n. pl. a-nom-a-lies 1. Deviation or departure from the normal or common order, form, or rule. 2. One that is peculiar, irregular, abnormal, or difficult to classify: “Both men are anomalies: they...

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09. 10. 2012
Interview with Shark Toof

Interview with Shark Toof

Let me just be forward about this – The artist known as Shark Toof is a close friend of mine. With that having been said, he’s simply not an easy person to put...

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