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The Forest for the Trees: Khonnor

The Forest for the Trees: Khonnor

Connor Long (born July 24, 1986) is an electronic musician from St. Johnsbury, Vermont (originally from New London, New Hampshire) who releases music under the name Khonnor. He has published works under several other names, including Grandma, and I, Cactus. He uses low-tech instruments such as a cheap microphone and an old computer, an amp, […]

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360 Degree Digital Meditation

360 Degree Digital Meditation

by John Justice I awoke amidst a torrent of conflicting emotions. Circumstances days prior had extenuated and I found myself in the eye of a hurricane. As I got behind the wheel I focused my thoughts: “Today cannot bend to the will of disaster. Not today. Today is infinite and full of promise, because today… […]

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Unknown Legend: The Search for Rodriguez

Unknown Legend: The Search for Rodriguez

by Cayetano Garza Jr.  In 1967 an enigmatic Mexican-American folk singer named Rodriguez put out his first single “I’ll Slip Away” on a small label called Impact. Three years later he would sign to Sussex Records, an offshoot of a label called Buddah Records, and released two albums – Cold Fact in 1970 and Coming […]

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Making the Street Your Stage: Busking

Making the Street Your Stage: Busking

by Rachel Udow • illustration by Chuck Farmer Street performance, or “busking,” happens all over the world and dates back to antiquity. To gain a little more insight into busking and opportunities in the Rio Grande Valley, I interviewed Prelude co-owner Angel Rodriguez. RU: Tell me about your experience with busking. AR: I’ve done a […]

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Eyebeam #1

Eyebeam #1

by Sam Hurt

Sam Hurt lives and works in South Austin, Texas, where he creates award winning paintings, cartoons, illustrations and animation. In 1979, while a student at The University of Texas Law School he created and self-syndicated the long running comic strip Eyebeam, described by New York’s Village Voice as “the best comic strip you never heard […]

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Frontiers of Slumber

Frontiers of Slumber

by Rick Geary

  RICK GEARY was born in 1946 in Kansas City, Missouri and grew up in Wichita, Kansas. He graduated from the University of Kansas in Lawrence, where his first cartoons were published in the University Daily Kansan. He worked as staff artist for two weekly papers in Wichita before moving to San Diego in 1975. […]

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Why So Much? #72

Why So Much? #72

by Lance Myers

Lance “Fever” Myers is an artist/writer/filmmaker/game developer from Austin, TX. His hand-drawn animation can be seen in such feature films as Space Jam, Anastasia, Quest for Camelot, Prince of Egypt, and A Scanner Darkly. He is the author of The Ted Zone, a 9-part animated web series created for SuperDeluxe and AdultSwim.com. His award-winning animated […]

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Adventures in Nerdism: Your Friend’s First Comic Con

Adventures in Nerdism: Your Friend’s First Comic Con

by Chuck Farmer

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Free Range Burrito #1

Free Range Burrito #1

Written by Chris Collings and Illustrated by Cody Schibi

Find them on facebook or read more comics at freerangeburrito.com

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enCORE exclusive: In the Studio with Alexander Comminos

enCORE June exclusive! We sit down with Alexander Comminos in his studio in Harlingen, TX to talk about art, his influences and the road that led him to open a gallery in the town’s thriving local art scene.

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