Everybody in Outer Space Lost Their Marbles

Thomas Livingston’s inner monologues are poetic, existential, almost Shakespearean; full of flower petals. But then his day-to-day dialogues with his wife, and with his friends, are just so cold and gray.

To Celebrate Coffee

Meet Eric Fairchild, Alec Binyon, and Kyle Nies; bookkeeper, business manager, and roastmaster (respectively) of Great State Coffee Company.

Iced Coffee Throwdown

We pit eight local coffee houses head to head, comparing their Iced Coffees in an often heated competition (see what I did there?).

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The Boxes

THE Boxes, the ones I’ve carried from move to move without unpacking them—have started to become sentient.

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Send in the Killer Clowns

In more uplifting, albeit stranger news, a Japanese woman has created a kayak which is a blown up replica of her ladyparts.

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Consortium

Interdimensional Game’s Consortium has the ambition of letting the player do as they please, and building a story out of player agency, not fatalistic storytelling.

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If I Were the President

It’s hard for me to even imagine how bad things must be for parents to send their unaccompanied children north, with little more than a prayer and a hope for something better.

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Everybody in Outer Space Lost Their Marbles

Thomas Livingston’s inner monologues are poetic, existential, almost Shakespearean; full of flower petals. But then his day-to-day dialogues with his wife, and with his friends, are just so cold and gray.

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In The Throne Room Again

So! I’ve been watching your 1070 AD self, and she needs to get A LOT better at planting potatoes… tomorrow, you’re going to wake up and ask your sister to teach you to jump rope

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Boxing Shadows

I take out like at least a half-dozen shadows before the buzzer goes off. I’m some sort of prodigy.

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Icko Sicko, by Icko Sicko

For those who appreciate furiously earnest punk rock purism it would be wise to listen up.

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Io Torus, Fighting The Villain, Save Us From The Archon, and UFO vs. NASA

It was like joyful, erratic, math-y, instrumental chaos.

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Your Place In The Money Game

It’s pithy, but you need to control your money instead of it controlling you.

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Horoscopes 7/21/14-7/27/14

Aries Curious shifts continue to happen. The biggest one for you is Mars moving into your eighth house on Friday. It’s like being suspended in mid-air after a jump and getting ready to land. What you owe others and what others owe you will be in question. You are more attracted to astrology, the occult […]

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Coincidence?

So there we were, sitting down for an impromptu weeknight dinner out at Cocodine…

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We Live in Bubbles

But what if we could stay right here? Like that old man over there, the one with the white goatee and the oddly feminine brimmed sunhat with a pink floral band around it. What’s his deal? Let’s ask him.

Supertime

Art by Logan Kruidenier logankruidenier.tumblr.com

Sh*t Wizard

The little girl’s super power? Fecal kinesis. She can control poop. A shit wizard, if you will.

High Sierra

Aside from those that received top billing, dozens of jam band types and several cross-genre acts filled the days and nights.

The Wolf Among Us: Season One in Review

Like many visual novels, the game isn’t particularly hard… yet the decisions feel hard, because the characters are hard, sometimes hard to not feel sorry for, or hard not to punch in the face.

Diamond and Price

I guess my fundamental takeaway is that I don’t need to read five hundred pages to explain to me that racism is bull. I already know that.

From Parts Unknown by Every Time I Die

You won’t find anything groundbreaking here, but this is still one of ETID’s greatest albums.

There And Back Again

It’s good to get out into the world and experience new and different things… but so is coming home.

Horoscopes 7/14/14-7/20/14

Aries Knowing what you owe and what is owed to you seems to be a theme this week. Mon- day […]