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Published on August 17th, 2021

If hearing Unwed Sailor evokes longing or returns you to a cherished memory, founder and bassist Johnathon Ford has accomplished what he set out to »

Published on July 2nd, 2021

JUSTIN STEWART’S ‘ABDUCTION’ by Amanda Moore With more than a combined 1.8 million Instagram followers, vintage collage artist Justin Stewart has certainly risen to digital »

Published on July 2nd, 2021

REVOLUTION LIVE TRIBUTES by David Rolland A wise person once said none of us are getting any younger. And that holds just as true for our »

Published on July 2nd, 2021

VEG NIGHT OUT Veg Night Out is a free 100% vegan outdoor night market that provides the South Florida community with the ability to enjoy »

Published on July 2nd, 2021

KING CRIMSON  by Joe Capozzi After being silenced for the past year along with the rest of the music world, influential prog-rock band King Crimson »

Published on July 2nd, 2021

SUBVERSIVE TO CARE by Tim Moffatt Once upon a time, a dashing Marlon Brando, swathed head to toe in denim and leather, strode a Thunderbird »

Published on July 2nd, 2021

ZINE MACHINES by Olivia Feldman Don’t be surprised if you start finding white, floral “Zine Machines” throughout the tri-county area. They will be filled with »

Published on July 2nd, 2021

OAK GARDEN by Tim Moffatt The gestation period of an African elephant is 22 months; that’s 2 years of pregnancy to a baby that will »

Published on May 10th, 2021

Victor Gudema’s Art Unleashes a World of Wonder by David Rolland Though we all doodled our way through our youth, one look at a Victor »

Published on May 10th, 2021

RUST & WAX by Tim Moffatt Belief in oneself is the catalyst to leading revolutions. But I digress, the revolution needs a soundtrack and these »

Published on May 10th, 2021

Puppy Dog Ice Cream: the story of Japanther by Ian Vanek by Tim Moffatt Just past the dour days of 9/11 there was a renaissance »

Published on May 10th, 2021

Margo Guryan by Abel Folgar If you’ve ever sang or hummed along to Freda Payne’s “Lonely Woman,” Harry Belafonte’s “I’m On My Way to Saturday,” »