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Cesar Chavez memorial, image by flickr user Cobalt123, published under creative commons

A Bird in the Hand

From Equinox to Easter via Cesar Chavez, Holly Simonsen on eggs, family and gay marriage in Utah. Continue reading

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Sunday Sermon – Unrigged

“..And he had power to give life unto the image of the beast, that the image of the beast should both speak, and cause that as many as would not worship the merging of image and text defining a new form of communication should be killed…” Continue reading

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The Mind-Blowing Odes of L.A.’s Hardest-Rocking Poet

“So when somebody comes up to me and says, “You know what? You made me like that again,” I just think, ‘Hell yeah..’” -Rich Ferguson on the reactions to his jaw-dropping live performances. Continue reading

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What’s Trending in Idolatry?

A visual tour through the twilight of the idolators, Larry Benner leads you down the eighth coil of Tupac, through the beverage choices of Sid Vicious, and past the full-body tattoo that is Atticus Finch. Continue reading

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Disappearing

Wherein John Tottenham presides over the gentrification of a Los Angeles that may never have existed, along with the attention of a desirable young woman. Continue reading

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Random Art Generator: RAG ONE

Sunday Magazine: Where Art is born. Or borne. Continue reading

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INTO THE MORNING was created by Gerardine Clark, a faculty member at the Syracuse University Drama Department, to commemorate the lives of the 5 Drama students lost in the Pan Am 103 attack.

A Mind of Winter

Tom Gualtieri reflects on winters spent in Syracuse, N.Y.—including the tragic one in 1988. Continue reading

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