Florida company trains canines to assist with many needs
The Civil War isn't dead yet
“…What they warned us has come true: We’ve gotten used to our angry president stomping around the stage like a petulant toddler.”
An Eritrean family’s long journey to Jax and the play that praises their story
Audiences have always enjoyed the vicarious thrill of disaster films—the bigger, sometimes the better. In 1928, Hollywood flushed out the first version of Noah’s Ark, followed in ’33 with Deluge (just out on Blu-ray) in which a tidal wave engulfs the Big Apple.
Shaun Thurston, Christy Frazier, Matthew Abercrombie and Mark Ferreira (artwork pictured), aka The Bless Your Heart Crew, are overhauling and repainting the outside of Phoenix Arts District. PAD owner Frazier aims to rally support for a Penland School of Crafts-style facility here, a place for artists and students.
Perhaps best known for the iconic Endless Summer poster, Van Hamersveld can be credited with shaping the late ’60s/early ’70s blissed-out surfing vibe that’s totally timeless, as if being a little sunburned and drained after an afternoon of catching waves (or trying to) was captured in one luminous, Day-Glo click.
Machado and her band, La Parranda El Clavo, hail from a tiny town of 1,500 souls–Afro-Venezuelan descendants of slaves who worked the cacao plantations, and the inheritors of a rich musical tradition steeped in polyrhythms and percussion, call-and-response singing with politically charged lyrics.
Some of the smartest people we know are comics, and Barcena’s no exception (we feel we know him from our YouTube bond).