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The Smart Ass & the Smart Guy, the Redneck & the Jock
  December 26, 1997, by Jon Garrett
"...So, how did it happen? How did a college-bound black man become best friends with an often jail-bound redneck? That great Southern philosopher, Forrest Gump, probably said it best, "Life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you are going to get."..."

Graphic Diversity
This year's Staple! expo spotlights women in comics, and local creator E.K. Weaver explains why
Arts Story  March 5, 2015, by Jessi Cape
"...It's family-friendly, and tickets are a steal: $15 for a two-day pass or $10 for one day. The team behind local cartoon short film The Hillbilly Philosopher will also be in attendance for a post-screening Q&A, including multi-talented, Emmy-nominated local Danu Uribe..."

2004 ACL Fest Guide
Everything you need to know
Music Story  September 17, 2004
"...Teetering dangerously on the edge of overexposure, this Portland quartet (original guitarist Dann Gallucci has returned) has had quite a year after nearly breaking up. Good News for People Who Love Bad News (Epic) is the group's fourth full-length and its best, poet-philosopher Isaac Brock having grown as a writer and even dared to star in his very first rock video..."

Audio Snapshots
America's premiere archival roots label celebrates the big 4-0.
Music Story  December 15, 2000, by Mike Quinn
"...By the time we get to disc B, Strachwitz is all over the map charting new territory, even taking us to Europe where he recorded Big Mama Thornton and Buddy Guy. Highlights include the urban-country blues of Houston's Juke Boy Bonner, Chicago's rumbling Earl Hooker, Fred McDowell with Johnny Woods, San Antonio's favorite street philosopher, Bongo Joe, and one of the first recordings by former Arhoolie box-packer Charlie Musslewhite, backed by a young Robben Ford..."

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