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Joe Blevins
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Darkener of doorsteps
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Like many kids in the '80s, I was into stickers. Way into stickers.
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Journey to the dark, dank heart of my 1980s sticker collection
"The mummy's ready for his mystical journey!" Where were you during the sticker craze of 1982-83? Me, I was attending Springview Elementary School in Flushing, MI. And, yes, like a lot of kids my age, I got caught up in the fad. There was even a store calle...
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How "The Only House in Town" was marketed!
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Ed Wood Wednesdays: The Wood Promo Odyssey, Part Four by Greg Dziawer
Ed Wood in the early 1970s, around the time of The Only House in Town . On DVD at last! T he low-budget softcore sex film The Only House in Town —generally thought to have been written and directed by Edward D. Wood, Jr.—remained something of a holy grail t...
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Remember when Plan 9 became a video game? No? Well, let me remind you...
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Ed Wood Wednesdays: The Plan 9 Odyssey, Part Three by Greg Dziawer
If you can remember when computers looked liked this, maybe you played the Plan 9 video game. Plan 9 's unsuccessful video game I n 1992, the release of Rudolph Grey's seminal biography Nightmare of Ecstasy: The Life and Art of Edward D. Wood, Jr. ushered i...
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Rock history being made.
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The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inducts itself into itself
The newest inductee to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame: the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame CLEVELAND - In a move that has been met with little surprise and less controversy, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame has voted unanimously to induct itself into the Rock & Roll Hal...
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Ed Wood Wednesdays: The Wood Poughkeepsie Odyssey, Part Six by Greg Dziawer
Ed's band, The Sunshine Mountaineers, had some things in common with The Soggy Bottom Boys. E arly last year, in "The Wood Pougkeepsie Odyssey, Part Four,"   I attempted to give you an overview of The Sunshine Mountaineers, a band Edward D. Wood, Jr. played...
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Time to have some fun with Mary Worth!
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