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Self-Identified Mermaid Publishes Memoir

Dame Darcy‘s latest art project, a soft cover over-sized book published this month by Feral House, “Hi-Jax and Hi-Jinx:  Life’s a Pitch – and Then You Live Forever,” feels like the friend you always wanted to have: creative, bold, and … Continue reading

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Movie Review: “Chuck Norris vs Communism” at the 2015 Los Angeles Film Festival

“Chuck Norris vs Communism” is the case of an irresistible title meeting a compelling story. This documentary explores the influence of Western movies had on Romanian cultural underground during the communist reign of Nicolae Ceaușescu that helped precipitate the downfall of communism … Continue reading

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Movie Review: “The Diary of a Teenage Girl” at the 2015 Los Angeles Film Festival

Minnie Goetze, played by Bel Powley, wants love, rad sex, a perfect body, acceptance and the life of an artist in this late 70’s San Francisco tale. “The Diary of a Teenage Girl” is based on the book of the same … Continue reading

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Graphic Novel Review: “Lenore: Purple Nurples”

Lenore, the Cute Little Dead Girl is a comic book series created by Roman Dirge in 1998. It follows the weird, gross and funny adventures of a dead girl named Lenore and her creature friends. The sold-out issues have been collected into … Continue reading

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Book Review: “Turbulence” by Samit Basu

Turbulence, by novelist/comic writer Samit Basu, is a fast-paced, fun read about a group of people who develop superpowers after taking the same flight from London to Delhi. Each passenger gains abilities related to whatever they dreamed on the flight, so the … Continue reading

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