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Je Suis Charlie

The morning of January 7th, in Paris, France, twelve people were callously gunned down in the midst of an editorial meeting at the offices of satirical magazine “Charlie Hebdo”. Among them were 5 cartoonists, whose work dismantled the social, cultural, and political status quo. As an artist, in the wake of other aggressive attempts at […]

This One Hits Close to Home

By Tom Kurzanski Growing up, Egon Spengler was the Ghostbuster to whom I could relate. Venkman was the player, Stantz was the dopey geek, Winston was the everyman voice of reason. Spengler embodied the socially awkward, book smart individual: the deadpan wallflower with no filter. I’m no genius parapsychologist, but I saw myself in there.  I […]