Illusion, Manipulation and Sleight of Hand
The life of a magician’s assistant
By John Bear
Stacey Suarez never set out to be a magician’s assistant. It just kind of happened that way.
When Brains Go Bad
I’m already pretending I have most of these diseases
Review by John Bear
The Mind's Eye
The human brain is a 3-pound lump of fat and blood vessels that contains all of a person’s hopes, dreams, fears, obsessive thoughts and the location of my keys. It’s a miracle of natural engineering. I’m in awe of its complexity and of the fact that electrical impulses and neurotransmitters account for the sum of my experience. Way to go, brain.
By John Bear
The Art Is Getting Away
I was a teenage tagger. My high school was administered by lapdogs of the dark prince. The only logical way to deal with them was to grab a fat-tipped marker and write a three-, four- or five-letter moniker, probably with the word "one" tacked on to the end (BEARONE, for example). The adults hated graffiti more than anything.
OutSpoken Queer Poetry
By Monica Schmitt
The slam is open to self-identified lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and queer-questioning poets. Featuring Queer Xicana poet, Tannia Esparza. Hosted by Erin Northern.
Youth Poetry Slam at Warehouse 508
A youth poetry slam, open mic and feature. Must be 20 or younger to read.
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