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From the Frontline: Heartless Bastards & Company.

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Share This.On Friday I went to Royale Night Club in Boston to interview Dana Falconberry for my column, The First Act. After watching her perform her majestic and harmonious music, we met up backstage and had a splendid interview. You will get the full interview and more in the next installment of The First Act column. After our interview, the band told me that I simply had to stick around Read More

Doodling a New Daye.

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Share This.Quiet Lunch had the distinct pleasure of interviewing filmmaker Michael Daye, who has recently gained notoriety for his remixed portraits of famous authors. What started out as “a project between projects,” became “an exercise in exploring a different medium,” as Michael told us. Speaking about the “Doodling on Famous Writers” series Daye says, “By ‘defacing’ portraits of these esteemed writers (which I sourced from a box of postcards), I Read More

North America & Color War at Glasslands Gallery.

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Share This.North America & Color War at Glasslands Gallery. by Carly Sioux.        

Bear & Co.: Sendak Dies.

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Share This.‡Episode No. 2: “Sendak Dies.”‡ ‡ Created by Akeem K. Duncan & Rachel J. Burkett. ‡ ‡ Written by Lamont Dunnigan & Akeem K. Duncan. ‡ ‡ Illustrated by Akeem K. Duncan. ‡ ‡ Arrangement by Bim Star. ‡

Sign Language.

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Share This.Sign Language. by Carly Sioux. Press Play to Begin Story. Syncopation by nimalany