LISTEN: The Secret Dad Society

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Mike Evans was a founding member of the touring neo-swing band, Big Tubba Mista, and runs the family fun website, Secret Dad Society. He built a remote control seagull to see what real seagulls thought of it. See the video below!

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Street Angel 008: Rocket in the Ghetto!

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Her previous mission a success, what now lies ahead for our heroine? More adventure, certainly! By Jim Rugg and Brian Maruca

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Saga Deluxe Edition Volume 1 hardcover

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Saga, the creator-owned gonzo science fiction comic from Brian K Vaughan and Fiona Staples may be the best sf comic since Warren Ellis’s Transmetropolitan, and the three collections published to date are already canon, with the long-awaited number four around the corner. To get all your friends ready for it, there’s a new gorgeous, massive hardcover volume collecting the first three installments.

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Behind the scenes at Saga

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Hey, Brian K. Vaughan here with an exclusive excerpt for my friends at Boing Boing of the creator roundtable between artist Fiona Staples, letterer Fonografiks, and Image Comics publisher Eric Stephenson featured in the back of SAGA: BOOK ONE, a new hardcover collection of our first eighteen issues. As the writer, I have arguably the easiest job of any of my collaborators, but check out how much I whine and complain at the scripting stage of our twelve-step process…

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Judy and the Dream of HORSE

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Ivan Hernandez tells the story of a girl who just wants to ride, and the basketball game standing between her and freedom.

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Remembering Sassy Magazine's life advice for teen girls

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Theresa DeLucci got a letter published in the only publication for girls that really attempted educational journalism—amid Twin Peaks fashion spreads and celeb interviews with grunge luminaries like Kurt Cobain and Kim Gordon.

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Trailer homesteading in the Mojave

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There’s a move to redefine “homesteading” in a way that makes it available to anyone who wants to take part. But what does it mean to homestead in the desert? By Reanna Alder

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How top colleges figured out how to turn away Jews

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Anti-semitism motivated top colleges to switch from entrance exams to more subjective—and more opaque—admissions criteria. By Dan Lewis

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DEVO frontman Mark Mothersbaugh talks to Boing Boing about his other career: visual artist.

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Mark Mothersbaugh, best known as frontman of pioneering new wave band DEVO, opens up to MCA Denver director Adam Lerner about a lesser-known but equally epic side of his creative life. Don’t miss the museum’s retrospective show of Mothersbaugh’s art, on display through April 2015.

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Paramahansa Yogananda, and the legacy of India’s mission to enlighten America

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When Steve Jobs departed the world, he had One Last Thing for those who attended his memorial service — a copy of Autobiography of Yogi by the Hindu guru Paramhansa Yogananda, the man who introduced America to yoga and meditation. It wasn’t as paradoxical of a gift as it might have seemed. By Jason Louv

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TOM THE DANCING BUG - Bob Buys Soup. You Won't Believe What Happens Next.

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Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH Bob has adventure involving New England Clam Chowder.

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Unpublished Gor Books

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Rob Beschizza presents these delightful and unexpected finds in the long-running saga of female humiliation and slavery.

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Slick Rick Trading Card

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Hip Hop Family Tree trading card #23 by Ed Piskor

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Aaron Swartz was no criminal

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Dan Purcell, one of Swartz’ lawyers, writes about the spiteful and unreasonable charges that led to his suicide—and MIT’s gutless support of his prosecutors.

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Everything you need to know about marijuana edibles

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Xeni Jardin interviews cannabis expert Lisa Marks, a pseudonym that will be lifted when prohibition is lifted. The worst-case scenario is you have to watch a Pixar movie and take a nap.

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