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  • 12 Sep 2011
    Mel Chin: Revival Field
    Amidst the new cultural trend to go green, many artists are responding to a changing planet with their artwork. They are taking on community-based projects and shedding the artist’s image as a solitary individual. For the past few decades, art has been a series of symbols and representations of ideas,...
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  • 01 Jul 2011
    This. Right Here. Is my Starscape.
    It’s always unfortunate to be heading to a fest and spot fellow music lovers getting their car ripped apart by authorities, while your sitting bumper to bumper on the exit ramp.  I always wonder, what will happen to them? Will they make it? What kind of shit did they have...
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  • 24 Apr 2011
    Ultra Thin: After Hours
    Almost all the musical acts performing at Ultra college papers for sale Music Festival signed exclusivity contracts that said they were not allowed to perform at other events during the week of Ultra. This allowed smaller name DJ’s and producers to take over the after parties at local bars around...
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  • 14 Apr 2011
    Phantasmagoria: The Ultra Spectacle
    My crew and I spent most of our morning slangin beers on our balcony at the Shelborn, overlooking the daily pool party. ciprofloxacin 250mg tab People watching could be a serious career for a Miami dweller, as babes in heels and bikinis slayed my eyes worse than the burning sand...
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  • 01 Mar 2011
    Portrait of a Street Artist: GAIA
    Gaia is a very special artist that I have come to love and vibe with on a personal level through his romantic imagery on the streets, electric personality and rambunctious curls. He has been recognized for his contributions to the street art world and relentless studio practice, and has been...
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  • 17 Feb 2011
    Uh, Huh You know What it is: Interview with Frequent-C
    I got a chance to catch up with one of Boulders rising producers, online canadian pharmacy FrequentC, and had him drop a little knowledge about his creative crew, self-proclaimed genre, and perspective on entangled topics of music making. SBL: Alright so, I wanna talk to you about some of your...
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  • 22 Dec 2010
    The Cove
    This documentary reveals many disgusting truths about dolphin captivity, the industry that pimps them, and its nauseating connection with the food industry. This film had me picking my jaw up off the floor in between patting the streams of tears off my cheeks. buy viagra from india The film discusses...
  • 25 Nov 2010
    Solo Loto: Lotus at Bourbon Street
    I dont know why I even tried to play myself by saying, “Nah Im not gonna go to Lotus tonight.”….Because the last long painful hours of my work shift made me feel “all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy ” … I had to go. uk dissertations...
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  • 06 Oct 2010
    RIP: A Remix Manifesto
    I was recently turned on to this documentary by Brett Gaylor, and it has been jogging my thoughts for days. It’s a great source of material for visual artists as well as musicians. Especially ones who find themselves collaging or drawing from others work and incorporating it in their own....
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  • 24 Sep 2010
    Randal’s dusty zoo
    New York is always a wild and exhausting experience. Being a New York veteran, I arrived a day early for Electric Zoo so as to get in some serious pre-gaming. The sun rose while I tossed back a couple beer bongs, got lifted, and glittered all my bitches. We arrived...
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