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Silkscreen Workshop!

Silkscreen Workshop!

Our wonderful friend Kyle is hanging out with the Holland crew from 12-3ish tomorrow and is going to teach us how to silkscreen! Sound like the most fun thing you could possibly do on a Saturday afternoon? Well, that’s because it is. If you want…

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From the Heart(land)

From the Heart(land)

Since I’m living out here in Iowa and most of you are somewhere in my favorite part of the U.S.–that is, the west coast–I thought I’d bring you something fresh from the farmlands out here. Something special that we have going on in our very…

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SILVIA: A Documentary

SILVIA: A Documentary

Sheppard Fine Arts invites us join them on Thursday for what’s looking to be a really cool event–the rough-cut screening of a new documentary called SILVIA- an account of the life of internationally renowned political prisoner Silvia Baraldini. It’s $5 at the Nevada Museum of…

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The Rainshadow Community Charter High School Blawg – Week #5 – Street Art Viability and Them HP Free Wall(s)!

The Rainshadow Community Charter High School Blawg – Week #5 – Street Art Viability and Them HP Free Wall(s)!

This week was short in the way of learning since Tuesday and Wednesdays’ Project Holland classes were filled with sophomores taking some ridiculous standardized tests. While I was “proctoring” the exams I felt like shooting myself in the head I was so bored out of…

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Brown Paper Packages, vol 16

Brown Paper Packages, vol 16

I’ve been mildly obsessed with this week’s favorite thing for over a year now–it’s ton of fun, really entertaining and fully educational to boot. And because I spent a good (insert inappropriate number here) hours diverted by this thing, I thought it would be an…

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The Mousetraps Get Domestic!

The Mousetraps Get Domestic!

The unseasonably warm weather brought the Mousetraps outdoors to fire up the barbeque and cook up some tofu kabobs. As they devoured their snacks, they felt guilty about tossing out their bamboo skewer sticks. After a good rinse, they decided to put them to good…

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New Friend Friday #16

New Friend Friday #16

I got to tell you something. I mean really lay it out for you. And that is, these Fridays are killing me. I say this because I’ve been having the hardest time deciding who will be your New Friend Friday. Not because I’m making so…

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Adherical Lyrical

Adherical Lyrical

I thought for a while trying to find some music related topic I wanted to talk about, but never really found anything. So, being that I have recently been in a, “Hey! Let’s write some stupid poetry” mood, I figured I’d just post one. So…

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Makin’ Moonshine

Makin’ Moonshine

Little Children Gives New Views to the World The best film to be nominated this year for any major award is Todd Field’s masterwork Little Children. The story of a neighborhood holding its breath and what happens when that breath is released. Little Children centers…

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Yes, I am a Tornado Chaser

Yes, I am a Tornado Chaser

This week we start another regular column at The Chaser, breaking down the wholly unnecessary sub-genres of music. I know this stuff is basically pointless hair-splitting among record geeks that have nothing better to do, but that’s pretty much what I am. Get used to…

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