Monthly Archives: March 2010

Book Signing Tour Stops at Stardust

Richard Reep’s book signing event Stardust Video and Coffee 1842 E. Winter Park Road, Orlando, FL     March 28, 2010 – Stardust Video and Coffee will host a book signing for Richard Reep’s new book, “Popular Nuclear Jam,” the … Continue reading

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Modernism Sighted at Stardust

Deep Field New Paintings and Works on Paper Stardust Video and Coffee 1842 E. Winter Park Road Orlando, FL Through April 3 In the wintry sulk of Central Florida’s art exhibitions, Rick Jones’ Deep Field is an outlier, being neither … Continue reading

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Book Tour Successfully Kicked Off at Megacon

Richard Reep kicked off his book-signing tour for his new series, Notes From The Colony, at Megacon 2010.  This science fiction and comic book trade show saw the debut of Issue 1, Popular Nuclear Jam, and many copies were sold … Continue reading

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An Brief Introduction To Popular Nuclear Jam

Over the last 6  months, I’ve been telling my son, Cooper, these crazy stories about an imaginary world that’s run by rats. I’ve taken the story and turned it into a full-fledged comic book complete with illustrations and whacky dialogue.

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Biotech no silver bullet for Florida

Biotech research no silver bullet for Florida What will save Florida from oblivion? Until recently, Florida was the king of growth, agriculture, and tourism.  Growth – at 900 immigrants a day from other states – characterized Florida’s landscape for over … Continue reading

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Vivacity exhibits 2 Central Florida sculptors

It’s not too late to see the artwork of two talented Central Florida women artists, Rachael Lloyd and Kimberly Mathis, at the Creative Spirit Art Gallery.  Located at 820A Lake Baldwin Lane, the gallery features mixed-media sculpture and ceramic artwork … Continue reading

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