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Bonus panel [fowllanguagecomics]

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Short documentary film on the Bronx street art movement started by J. “SinXero” Beltran, Founder & Creative Director of TAG Public Arts Project (The Art of Grafstract). The Project’s mission is “Enhancing The Visual Landscape of Urban Communities with Art” and it starts in the Bronx where I spent a weekend this past summer with SinXero and fellow street artists James “Sexer” Rodriguez, Billy Mode & Chris Stain, Luis “Zimad” Lamboy and legendary NYC graffiti artist John “Crash” Matos.

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Modern Toss

That’s just about right…

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Modern Toss

That’s just about right…

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Cat on keyboard.

Cat on keyboard.

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Four year old twins Ashley and Samantha are in the fight of their lives, the fight against Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML), a fast-growing form of cancer of the blood and bone marrow. Their mother, Monique, was instructed by her doctors in Jupiter, Florida, to take the young girls to Miami Children’s Hospital to give them the best chance of fighting this rare form of Leukemia.
This is the story of how the Music Therapy program at Miami Children’s Hospital has proven to help not only children but their parents cope with difficult hospital stays. 
And with September being Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, please feel free to share or visit mchf.org/donate to help children like Ashley and Samantha…

Video produced by Dan Perez SouthFloridaFilmmaker.com
Music by Julien Lussiez JulienLussiez.com

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Stanley Kubrick and the Mystery of Majestic Court

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The Beatles photographed by legendary war photographer Don McCullin, 1968

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Manteca | Sizzling Latin Jazz live from Puerto Rico

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Happy Monday.

Happy Monday.

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Miami Children’s Hospital do the Harlem Shake for Dairy Queen #MiracleTreatDay

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Designed by Midnight Marauder.

Taxi Driver is a very special case: it’s a film that was made because the people involved all made large financial sacrifices and stuck to them for a long time. The entire above-the-line cost for Scorsese, De Niro, Michael and Julia Phillips and Tony Bill, Peter Boyle, Jodie Foster, and myself was probably around $150,000; people were doing it for next to nothing. We were all young enough to want to do something that will last. De Niro told me, when we were talking about whether the film would make any money, that he felt it was a film people would be watching fifty years from now, and that whether everybody watched it next year wasn’t important. That’s how we came to it, and that’s why we didn’t make any compromises; we figured if we’re going to compromise on money, we’re certainly not going to compromise on anything else. There’s nothing in the film that was put there at the studio’s insistence. There are things we disagree about, things I would have done differently. —Paul Schrader interviewed by Richard Thompson

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Three-point stance, James Houston

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Three-point stance, James Houston

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This is a series of illustrations by artist Saint Hoax called Princest Diaries. It features the Disney Princesses getting kissed on by their daddies. The point of the pics is meant to encourage people who’ve been raped by family members that it’s never too late to come forward…

This is a series of illustrations by artist Saint Hoax called Princest Diaries. It features the Disney Princesses getting kissed on by their daddies. The point of the pics is meant to encourage people who’ve been raped by family members that it’s never too late to come forward…

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