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The Man Who Will Blog History. Lyle Denniston. by Isaac Matson
The Downtown Independent is Los Angeles' Home For Independent Film.
Mark Elliot's Art is Surrealist Fantasy. His Acrylic 'Dreamscapes' Have Been Hits Around Los Angeles and New York.
Patrick Boivin Says He Always Wanted a Dog and a AT-AT From Star Wars. With a Little Stop Motion His Imagination Gave Him Both.
Angel's Voice is R&B. His Fans Say He's The Next Big Thing. This Beat is Rock Pop Electric Magic. A Preview of Wonderful.
Syria is a Chance for America to be on the Right Side of History.  by Isaac Matson
Hemingway's Lounge is Characteristically Different From It's Surrounding Hollywood, Los Angeles. A Dusky Lounge and Bar Inspired By America's Great Author.
Orto Bikes. 20 Artists, 20 Bikes, 10 Days. Artists in Slovenia Put Their Imagination Into the Creation of 20 Unique Bikes For an Art Project.
How to Stay Alive After the Zombie Apocalypse. A Fictitious Editorial. Part 1. (May Include Large Amounts of Fabricated Information)
British Artist Christopher Ward AKA Tropics. Largely Instrumental, Tropics Layers Ethereal Waves and Vox Over Bright Exotic Rhythms.
Vimeo Festival + Awards Interviews 2012 Judge and Former Vimeo Award Winning Indie Filmmaker Ted Tremper
Why is The New York Times Struggling So Much to Get Readers to Subscribe to Their New DIGITAL Incarnation. by Busola Laditan
Kip Omolade's Includes 3D as a Spectrum For Perception. Depth is a Tool Drawing The Viewer In.
The Getty Villa. Classic L.A. Hangout.
Yang Tzu Ting's Anime Style Video Get's Notice From Directors Notes and Featured by Vimeo Staff Picks
Jarek Puczel, His Art Reminds Us Why Reduction Is Such A Useful Tool for Expression In Abstract Painting.
Instagram, Obama, and Why We Should Be Wary of Social Media Start-Ups Part 2 by Isaac Matson
Erykah Badu and The Flaming Lips 'The First Time I Ever Saw Your Face'. Features Nayrok Badu and the OP-1.
Instagram, Obama, and Why We Should Be Wary of Social Media Start-Ups  Part 1 by Isaac Matson