Writer Deanna Atkinson brought her backyard to (fictional) life in her children’s book Quackers: A Duck’s Tale.
“I remember the game machines. We would go in there at night,” Luke Dick said. “Being able to play all the video games for free was a serious draw for a toddler.”
Israel native and band founder Bat-Or Kalo used a trip through America’s Deep South to inform her music.
Daniel Wade quit his day job to find a way to impact clean energy demands and make ocean water drinkable.
Director Nick Sanford uses the Moneyball method to bring The Harvesters to life.
Carter Sampson releases Wilder Side, her first full-length album since 2011.
Indie folk act Young Readers finds financial support from fans and friends in its effort to finish its album debut.
In the metro, current projects on Kickstarter and Indiegogo include post-tornado documentaries, a web series produced in the comfort of a traveling RV, EPs galore, a beef jerky food truck and a silo-sized mural. Local synthpop band Kite Flying Robot set up its Kickstarter campaign June 4 to fund its new, full-length album. The $3,500…
Well, it left this fan with an unpleasant aftertaste. At first, I was uncertain who the doc was for. While it certainly is accessible enough for the uninitiated, those people aren’t likely to run across it or even be interested if they do. And since I didn’t learn anything from it, the already converted aren’t…
They were both shot in Texas and, hell, they even share a character name in “Future Man,” but by no means am I suggesting Sonny should be held anywhere near the level of Bottle Rocket‘s giddy brilliance. Jason Dohring (TV’s Ringer) stars as Elliott Knight, who’s accomplished a big bunch of nothing a decade after…