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Todd David Schwartz

And R. Crumb Decreed, "Let There Be New Sides to Split"

Many folks came of age perusing the no-holds-barred underground comic books that were spawned in the late '60s. Last Gasp, Kitchen Sink and Rip Off Press offered explicit, often side-splittingly funny forays into wild depictions of sex, drugs and violence from such creative pioneers as R. Crumb, Gilbert Shelton, S......

Laugh & Cover

While living as a professional comedian in England for 20 years, Steven Alan Green (pictured) was pleasantly surprised to learn that the country provides health...

Barely Literate

Quite frankly, we're not sure if this idea is really cool or really stupid: "Naked Girls Reading Pulp Fiction." This is just the latest in a series of "Nake...

A DOC YOU CAN CELEBRATE

It was the recipient of the International Documentary Association's 2010 Music Documentary Award, the Feature Film Audience Award at the 2010 SXSW Film Fest...

The Open Daybook

Day planners are intrinsically interactive: You jot down appointments, plan the future and revisit the past, plotting details of your life and its intersection ...

Vertigo

Commenting on the Alfred Hitchcock film Vertigo, Martin Scorsese has said it's "like being drawn into a very beautiful, comfortable, almost nightmarish obse...