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Film, "Crazy Eyes": Why They Don't Get Drunk and Screw

"Crazy Eyes": Why They Don't Get Drunk and Screw

We first encounter the subject of Crazy Eyes' character study mixing his drinks while damning the glittering void of L.A. from the privileged vantage of premium real estate. A trust fund Bukowski who resembles the lost Carradine brother, Zach (Lukas…
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Music, Bouncer Bouncer Visits the Lion's Den: ING Cafe

Bouncer Visits the Lion's Den: ING Cafe

I have found Noam Chomsky's hell on earth. I have located purgatory for Occupiers. I have discovered Karl Marx's Hieronymus Bosch oil-painted nightmare. It is an investment bank cleverly disguised as an Internet cafe, and it is run by ING…
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Music, Bouncer Bouncer Encounters a Jokester at the Page

Bouncer Encounters a Jokester at the Page

I have spent a fair amount of time talking about bars in this town that seem to have an eerie presence, as if they were built on an Indian burial mound or something. You walk into one and immediately want…
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Music, Catching Up with Mike Watt, Former Minuteman and Writer of Punk Operas

Catching Up with Mike Watt, Former Minuteman and Writer of Punk Operas

When Mike Watt speaks, he screws his face upward, darts his eyes away, and raises his forearm to his face, as if he's about to close a flannel cloak around him. We see him do this throughout We Jam Econo,…
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Calendar, Night&Day Seaweed and Space

Seaweed and Space

Seaweed and Space Husband-and-wife team Kate Tedman and Eric Siemens go by the name Kate Eric in the art world. Unlike most spousal duos, they paint together, collaboratively, which may seem impossible to anyone else who's married. Very few people…
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Calendar, Night&Day Dean Smith and Dean Byington

Dean Smith and Dean Byington

If Dean Smith ever takes a break, or even breathes, it's hard to tell from his meticulous, obsessive, painstaking pattern art. Like a human spirograph, he maps out abstract organic forms, drawing in tiny pen and pencil strokes to form…
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Culture, Artcap

Dean Smith and Dean Byington

If Dean Smith ever takes a break, or even breathes, it's hard to tell from his meticulous, obsessive, painstaking pattern art. Like a human spirograph, he maps out abstract organic forms, drawing in tiny pen and pencil strokes to form…
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Film, One Bad Mother

One Bad Mother

A topsy-turvy Escherland exists where Dario Argento's The Mother of Tears is considered a twisted classic, and it is a magical place. Up is down, sour is sweet, sewer rat tastes like pumpkin pie, and Hitchcock never made a more…
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Film, More Adventures in Gangsterland

More Adventures in Gangsterland

No celebrity hairdresser should ever be allowed near Colin Farrell's eyebrows with a tweezer. His black, fluffy, glorious unibrow still isn't the prettiest thing about In Bruges — that honor falls to the Belgian city itself, known for its scenic…
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Calendar, Night&Day Be Good

Be Good

What kind of kid reads fairy tales anymore, when cautionary fables abound via the Internet and spectacles like To Catch a Predator? All the same, Kate Eric (an artist twosome, Kate Tedman and Eric Siemens) are a sort of Hieronymus…
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Calendar, Halloween

REAL ASTROLOGY For an Unreal World

Aries (March 21-April 19): You are at the peak of your powers to destroy and heal, O Blazing One. Your enthralling radiance lights the way for those less lucid than you, even as your sizzling ambition threatens to scorch those…
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Calendar, Halloween

REAL ASTROLOGY for an unreal world

Aries (March 21-April 19): You can pass for normal this week, but it would be better for your relationship with yourself if you didn't. You could try to hide your rough edges, but it would be smarter to act as…
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