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Muddy Colors Rising Stars & Spectrum Live


Arnie Fenner

John Fleskes, Cathy, and I had mentioned sometime back on Facebook that we’ve been rethinking the concept for Spectrum Fantastic Art Live (SFAL for short). All of the previous shows have been successful in every way but one: audience attendance. Oh, sure, past SFALs have attracted more than 2000 fans and collectors and there have been exhibitors who have done extremely well, but we’ve always believed that we needed significantly more people coming through the doors…

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The Starting Bloq Ep: 5 – The Good. The Bad. The Internet.


Swain Hunt

August 18, 2018 - If you’re anything like me, you probably spend an inordinate amount of time on the Internet looking for cool stuff. I’m constantly on the hunt for new music, an up-and-coming artist, some prestige TV to binge on — or an Instagram update from my current celebrity crush. #RealTalk Unfettered access has revolutionized our connection to pop culture and the things we love, but as with any revolution, there have been casualties. Terms like troll, spoiler, and (insert noun)-shaming were all born in the modern era. For some, engaging online became an opportunity to ruin someone else’s day. This episode of The Starting Bloq takes a playful look at our old friend, the Internet. Is it a brave new world or the Great Distractor? Other than giving us a way to share funny memes, has it…

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