Sometimes creative ideas whither and die. That’s not the case for undead ones: Stephen Gregory Smith’s still has places left to lurch. “In the whole George Romero cannon of 'Living Dead' films, if you’re bitten by one of the living dead, then you are infected,” explains the 32-year-old. It’s a concept Smith hopes to [...]
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D.C.'s cultural chasm certainly was not devoid of noise this week. But the mighty Far Out vs. Hot Dang does not necessarily care about the loudest noises. Whispers, farts, thuds, hisses, barks, kisses, moans—it all matters.
“SELF’s message that small steps can add up to major change really resonates with the power base here in D.C.”
One evening eight years ago, Stephen Gregory Smith did something he admits sounds a little silly now: He covered the windows of his Fairlington apartment with blankets. His mother had called earlier from Connellsville, Pa., to tell him she’d seen a news report that the Beltway sniper, then rampant, had shot someone near his house.