Adam WarRock Talks (and raps … and podcasts … and writes); a Conversation with Eugene Ahn

Adam WarRock Talks (and raps … and podcasts … and writes); a Conversation with Eugene Ahn

Eugene Ahn, a.k.a. Adam WarRock, describes himself (or at least his lyric-spittin', mad-rhyming alter ego) as a "geek emcee." It may be accurate, but it by no means encompasses the many aspects of the 29-year-old Metro Washington, D.C. resident.
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Photo of the Summer: Giant Shuttlecock

Photo of the Summer: Giant Shuttlecock

The title pretty much says it all, no? A giant shuttlecock! Learn slightly more after the jump. Pic by Mr. Charles Hodgkins.
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Manga Bookshelf’s Melinda Beasi Talks Japanese Comics

Manga Bookshelf’s Melinda Beasi Talks Japanese Comics

Japanese comics are at the same time awesome and a wholly different beast from American comics. We talked to MangaBookshelf's Melinda Beasi, who offered her insight on reading manga, scanlation sites, and how reading changes when one becomes a critic.
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Apocalypse Meh, Page 22

Apocalypse Meh, Page 22

Hell on Earth, or something very like it, continues. It's Apocalypse Meh!
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I Failed the Self-Help Seminar: The Landmark Forum (Part 1 of 5)

I Failed the Self-Help Seminar: The Landmark Forum (Part 1 of 5)

I spent $420 for the privilege of spending a holiday weekend — three 13-hour days — sitting in a conference room near LAX with 75 strangers. That was the price of admission to The Landmark Forum, a seminar that promises to transform the lives of its attendees in profound, permanent and meaningful ways.
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Pretentious Artists: Behind the Beret

Pretentious Artists: Behind the Beret

Ok I'll admit that even I sometimes grow weary of the angst and philosophizing that is often associated with being an artist. All of that introspection can get exhausting after a while. And the wine hangovers from all of the gallery exhibitions? Those are the worst.
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