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If you’ve never read Afterlife before, click here to go to the first chapter.

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Afterlife is a sci fi/western action serial published every other week. Join us in a post-apocalyptic journey through a future where life has become little more than a struggle for survival. However, where there’s life, there’s always hope.

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Hey Pass Me a Beer

by Tony Shea July 26, 2014

As their Facebook  bio attests, “The Packard Brothers are the idiots that have brought you viral hits such as “Real Life Angry Birds,” “Hey Pass Me A Beer,” and the bowling trick shot franchise including “More Awesome Bowling Trick Shots.” Indeed, since 2001, the two brothers from Wisconsin have been serving up some awesome viral joy on […]

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Tom Petty 10 Best Songs

by Tony Shea July 25, 2014

image via For nearly forty years Tom Petty has been rocking, becoming one of the best-selling artists of all time with more than 80M albums sold, and as the new album Hypnotic Eye demonstrates, Petty has still got it–whatever it might be. The new album drops July 29th, 2014, marking the 19th release for Petty–including […]

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Review of Correspondence From the Goddess by Andrew G. Foltz

by Mike Monroe July 24, 2014

Art by http://carlchrappa.deviantart.com/ There’s a lot of writing on the internet, and a lot of it’s not very good.  Imagine if you wanted to go out and listen to some music, but you had no money.  In our metaphorical scenario, the only place you can listen to music for free is a karaoke bar.  So […]

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Christopher T. Wood Breaks Big

by Tony Shea July 23, 2014

You might think that Christopher T. Wood looks familiar–maybe he’s the new guy your friend is dating, or maybe he was the salesman who sold you your new T-Mobile phone, or maybe he’s somebody you saw at the local McDonalds. Maybe he’s all of them, sort of. Big name advertisers have relied on Wood for the […]

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Apollo 11 – One Giant Leap – Did Kubrick Fake the Moon Landings?

by Tony Shea July 20, 2014

Today marks the 45th anniversary of Neil Armstrong’s historic walk on the moon. After winning a coin toss with co-pilot Buzz Aldrin to see who would take the historic first step, Armstrong opened the hatch of Apollo 11 and slowly descending a small step ladder to the moon’s surface, literally setting foot where no man had […]

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Under the Skin Goes Deep – PPV Roundup Review (Warning Spoliers)

by Tony Shea July 19, 2014

Jonathan Glazer’s (Sexy Beast, Birth) most recent film Under the Skin is wildly different from any mainstream film you’ve seen in the last year, a darkly hypnotic work of almost pure cinema that seduces you with its mystery–and one that you should absolutely check out now on PPV.

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Los Angeles Edition: Metropolitan Bingo (Part 2)

by Jay Hood July 18, 2014
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Jeff Koons at the Whitney (NSFW)

by Tony Shea July 15, 2014

As anybody will tell you, one of the great joys of New York City is simply walking in any direction and seeing what happens next. I think of a forty block walk as almost mandatory, and my top mark so far is somewhere around a hundred, twenty blocks representing approximately a mile so you can […]

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Fiction: Afterlife (Chapter 20)

by Mike Monroe July 14, 2014

If you’ve never read Afterlife before, click here to go to the first chapter. Photo via. Afterlife is a sci fi/western action serial published every other week. Join us in a post-apocalyptic journey through a future where life has become little more than a struggle for survival. However, where there’s life, there’s always hope.

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Franchise Player – Harrison Ford Turns 72

by Tony Shea July 13, 2014

image via Harrison Ford celebrates his 72nd birthday today. Beginning his career in 1966 with an uncredited role as a bellhop, Ford has gone on to become one of the biggest box office stars in film history with a worldwide gross approximately $6 Billion. Along the way, he has worked with many of the best […]

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20 Best Ramones Songs – Tommy Ramone RIP

by Tony Shea July 12, 2014

Tommy Ramone, the original drummer and last surviving original member of the Ramones died yesterday. He was 62 – ancient by dead Ramones standards. Joey, the frontman, was the first to go, dying at the tender age of 49. He was followed in quick succession by bassist Dee Dee , 50, and guitarist Johnny, 55. So the […]

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Dave Franco – Hottest Guy in the World (This Month)

by Mary Kay Holmes July 12, 2014

photo courtesy of Out.com “A large boiling pot of water is not a Jacuzzi. Still, I think you should jump in.
” — Jarod Kintz I want to take Dave France and frame him in an ornate but worn wooden frame from the thrift store by my house. The dude is so pretty you could wrap him in […]

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Let’s Cross the Brooklyn Bridge, Shall We?

by Tony Shea July 8, 2014

Since I’m new to New York, I’m going to do every single touristy thing I can think of, no matter what my rough and tough native New Yorker friends say. A week or so back I had the opportunity, yes that’s right you hardened locals, the opportunity, to stroll across one of the most iconic […]

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Democracy in Crisis?

by Harvey Asher, Ph.D. July 4, 2014

Today’s political scene finds democracies everywhere in serious trouble. Are we looking at a permanent deterioration of democracy as a workable form of government? Is the great experiment over? Hardly. Keep your lab coats buttoned and read on. Here’s the short view: According to a recent report by the non-partisan research organization Freedom House, 2013 […]

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