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New Software Newsflash: Adobe Comp CC Lets You Design Directly on Your iPad

Adobe Comp CC

With this new app you can you can brainstorm on the fly and prototype your designs in a mobile environment, then send them directly to InDesign, Photoshop, or Illustrator as fully editable native objects. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘Money Lab’ Conceived and Curated by Edward Einhorn

'Money Lab,' TravSD, Untitled Theater Company 61, Edward Einhorn

What is the value of art to the souls of an audience? This fascinating show presents the dilemma of art vs. life's necessities. Which does our culture deem more valuable? Which do we deem more valuable? Read More »

Stars Including Stan Lee, Haley Atwell, and John Barrowman Shine at Seattle’s Emerald City Comicon 2015

Photo credit: Sherry Lipp

From legends like Stan Lee and Anthony Daniels to rising stars such as Anthony Mackie and Chloe Bennett, there was no shortage of excitement at Seattle's Emerald City Comicon 2015. Read More »

Chile Travel: Two Weeks in Chile, Part 4 of 4 – The Atacama Desert

Vicuñas, Atacama Desert, Chile

It may be the driest desert in the world, but the Atacama Desert is full of spectacular landscapes and fascinating phenomena to see and experience. Read More »

Passover 2015: A New Generation at the Seder Table

Passover pesach

A new generation carries on the traditions of Passover (Pesach). Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘Music Hall’ by Jean-Luc Lagarce, from TUTA Theatre Chicago

Jeffrey Binder in MUSIC HALL, a TUTA Theatre Chicago production at 59E59 Theaters. Photo by Anthony La Penna

In this sharp, funny piece of meta-theater, an Artiste's dress and boa and bling add up to sadness more than glitter. Read More »

Interview: Ray Wylie Hubbard on His New Album, Writing with Brooks & Dunn’s Ronnie Dunn, and Craft and Inspiration

Ray Wylie Hubbard

'I'm not really a full-tilt blues guy or a full-tilt folk guy or a full-tilt country guy or a full-tilt rock guy, I've been influenced by all those forms of music and I enjoy 'em all. So it's a good place for a songwriter to be, where you just don't have to think about the future of the song. I just write.' Read More »

Fondly Remembering Giving Up Things For Lent

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Lent is something like a second chance at all those New Year’s resolutions. Read More »

Vino 2015: Walk Around Tasting Highlights, Stefania Pepe

Stefania Pepe, Vino 2015, Vinitaly 2015, Stefania Pepe, Abruzzo, Italy, Italian wines, biodynamic wines from Italy

Following the typical Slow Wine categorization, Biodynamic wines may not have an organic certification, but they follow the principles of adhering to rigorous agricultural standards. Read More »

SXSW Film Reviews: ‘The Diabolical’ and ‘Roar’ – Learning from Mistakes with Tipi Hedren and Ali Larter

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Film fans and writers we can learn something from other people’s mistakes, for example, the SXSW screenings of 'The Diabolical' and 'Roar.' Read More »