We have ZERO problem sharing a funny, twisted, or just plain amazing advertisement just because it's a commercial. In fact, a great ad can restore our faith in creativity a whole lost more than a crappy movie.
For all its longitudinal eastern border, New Hampshire doesn't boast a long coastline. Portsmouth provides a granite-solid argument for why NOT to overlook one of New England's most charming harbor towns.
We speak with Phil Hawkins about his mammoth project getting an original, yet painstakingly faithful, Star Wars derivative short produced, and, of course, a stockingful of new Indie tunes
Still from STAR WARS: ORIGINS, courtesy Phil Hawkins
We speak with two artists who keep alive a musical pursuit born during the nascent sensation of cinema.
We speak with Josh Rouse about touring, recording, the solo thing, and, of course, The Holiday Sounds of Josh Rouse.
Photo by Manolo Millan.
With STAR WARS: ORIGINS, filmmaker Phil Hawkins brings a far away galaxy really, really close to home.
This is a new approach to raising environmental awareness! Voiced by more A-list recording artists than you can name, so what's not to love?! (NSFW)
Wes Buckley will be celebrating the release of his 2019 album, Dancing the Bliss, Friday, November 8 at the Lichtenstein Center for the Arts in Pittsfield, Mass.; photo by Jason Velázquez.
Warner Brothers 1950 cartoon, "Water, Water Every Hare," featuring Bugs Bunny; source, archive.org.
Museum Town tells the story of MASS MoCA, arguably the United States’ most expansive contemporary art space, but it does a lot more besides. This flick situates the museum within the various contexts of history, culture, and economic development.
Aerial view of the MASS MoCA campus; still from Museum Town; image courtesy the filmmaker.
The American Social Health Association was always experimenting with new ways to educate the public about venereal disease. They helped produce the first VD education film, “Fit to Fight”, in 1918 in order to educate soldiers being shipped abroad to fight in the first World War.
Jason VelazquezJason Velázquez has worked in print and digital journalism and publishing for two decades.
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We speak with Michael Timmins of legendary alt-rock-country-blues-folk act Cowboy Junkies this past week as the band gets ready to do a micro Northeast U.S. tour.
Cowboy Junkies is a nearly 40-year collaboration between (left to right) Alan Anton, Peter Timmins, Margo Timmins, and Michael Timmins ; photo by Heather Pollock