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WATCH THIS: Where The Kids Are

on Friday, Feb. 8th

Long time readers may recall the video for Zeds Dead’s The Living Dead, whose director Andrew Renzi we interviewed. Well Andrew just let us know that his latest music video went live today, and it’s another great piece of work. There’s a pinch of 80′s nostalgia in this video as well, hints of the VHS era in the layered imagery. Given how much I dug The Living Dead and how much I love Panos Cosmatos’ Beyond The Black Rainbow it’s no surprise that Blondefire’s Where The Kids Are is right up my alley.

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Simple Machine Announces Micro-Festival Grants

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First Ever Crappy Awards Target SF’s Tech Industry

Inspired by the sly tradition of the Razzie Awards, which commemorate the worst of Hollywood, San Francisco fair housing advocates are kicking off “The Crappy Awards” tonight in the city’s art’s district.

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Image Disruptor: Flag Looks To Upend Photo Printing Through The Magic of Free

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Taking “A Total Disruption” Open Source

Sundance winning documentarian Ondi Timoner isn’t in the habit of doing things in half-measures.

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