Review

An African City

Posted by WebVee on June 16, 2015 in Archives Review

Some years ago I spent a couple of months in Lagos, Nigeria. The parents of my fiancé (now husband) had lived there for some time, and I welcomed the chance to explore a different culture. I didn’t quite appreciate just how different a world I would be stepping into. The modern was juxtaposed with the third world in

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Anacostia

Posted by WebVee on June 12, 2015 in Review

I just got back from Washington, DC. It was a great time. I went to a whole bunch of museums and monuments. I saw the White House. I ate in Chinatown. As a tourist, I basically saw none of the city besides that downtown chunk where everything is. Everything, that is, other than actual Washingtonians…Washingtonites? Whatever, the point

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An Engineers Guide to Cats

Posted by WebVee on June 12, 2015 in Archives Review

Standard Deviation Paul Klusman is not your average engineer. Sure he may wear the identical clothes to work every day and always eat the same thing for lunch, but Paul with help from his buddy, T J Wingard, makes videos. Videos starring, yes, CATS. Undaunted by failure to win competitions in his new filmmaking hobby, Paul

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Altruman

Posted by WebVee on June 11, 2015 in Review

Altruman (Ben McEwing) is in the midst of an existential crisis. This wouldn’t be an unusual occurrence for a normal 30 year old, but Altruman is not just any 30 year old. He’s a 30 year old superhero. Unlike most superheroes, Altruman doesn’t hide behind an alter-­ego. What you see is what you get with Altruman. Always clad

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Alouette

Posted by WebVee on June 11, 2015 in Archives Review

By Kyle Price-­Livingston I’m embarrassed to admit this, but I’ve never been to New Orleans. Given what I’ve gathered from various movies, tv shows, books and plays, this would be a black mark on the record of most American adults, but for a creative type and self-­styled writer, this borders on the unforgivable. Why? Because New Orleans

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Acting Dead

Posted by WebVee on June 11, 2015 in Review

Tate Blodgett’s (Brian Beacock) acting career is pretty much dead, and has been. He’s got a crappy name, a non­descript look no one is looking for, not a lot of talent, and no work. Tate can’t even get hired as a zombie on any of the multitudinous zombie­centric tv shows, movies, web shows, and even fashion shows; not

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3Some

Posted by WebVee on June 11, 2015 in Archives Review

Meet Jenny. Meet Paul, Jenny’s ex. Meet Rob, Jenny’s other ex. This is the story of their relationship. Yes, the relationship does involve all three. 3 Some is a sequel to the highly successful theatrical production created and written by Lisa Gifford. While a sequel, the web series stands on its own. You didn’t have to

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