Neon Cleon

From an artistic upbringing in Seattle to an addict’s lifestyle in NYC and SoCal, Cleon Peterson has the experience to draw on as he creates his ultra-violent works of art. Here in this episode of The Creative Lives, we learn about the life of the artist, and what propels him forward.

Taking It Back to 1492

Jamel, The Time Traveling B-Boy and “The Ocean Blue.”

The Witch

After seeing a preview earlier this year, I can assure you that this film is bangin’.

Reminisce Over This Radio

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For fans of Hip-Hop’s golden era and those lucky enough to get their hands on a cassette recording in the early-mid ’90s, or even better, those actually able to listen to Stretch and Bobbito live, this one’s for you. STRETCH AND BOBBITO: RADIO THAT CHANGED LIVES, an upcoming documentary about the best radio show in Hip-Hop history.

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Also Known As Mom’s Worst Nightmare

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A new documentary takes an inside look at the story of the kids who inspired KIDS.

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Art of the Everyday

Still Life by KEVIN ESKEW

Movie Sequence Psychedelics

WAVEFORM by Stefan Nadelman

Thunder Moon

Interpersonal gravitation during July’s full moon.

Written and Directed by Elizabeth Weinberg, and starring Ana Coto and Alan Soule.

Endless Fodder For Internet Videos

All the books from Wes Anderson movies.

The Only Way to Watch

Grease gets turned into a Death Metal Musical

We’ve All Been There

In The Fridge

Curt: The Story of Surfing’s Oldest Grom

Directed by Brendan Hearne

CURT is a short documentary about 50-year-old competitive surfer, Curt Harper. Diagnosed with autism as a child, Curt faced many challenges growing up, but one thing that came easy was his love for surfing. Over the past 21 years, Curt has become a beloved fixture in the Southern California surf scene, having played an unlikely, yet vital role in the growth and development of multiple generations of groms.

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