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 And the beat goes on! A message from the founder: It’s that time again (isn’t it always?) when we come to you, our readers, to help us keep going and growing. As one of the best alternative Arts and News zines on the web, we believe staying independent is at the top of the list of what we need to do going forward. In addition to maintaining a free-to-use Calendar of Events, a free daily arts news feed, an easy-to-use submissions program, and a domain platform that enables us to keep up with a rapidly expanding readership, we are working to include additional features that will support an even wider range of video and audio offerings. From our beginnings in 2004 until today, we’ve published hundreds of articles by hundreds of contributors, thousands of images including paintings, drawings and photographs, and dozens of music videos, that have been seen, read or heard by nearly a million people worldwide. Please have a look at our recent video for a better idea of where we’ve been — and where we’re going.  Stay tuned, because there’s sure to be more…   As a token of our appreciation for contributions of $50.00 or more, you will receive a copy of one of the following great books by our editors and contributors: Disorderly Conduct, by Bill Dixon; Parabola Dreams, by Alan Britt and Silvia Scheibli;...

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Barbara Rosenthal/Art Review

This is an understated series of stately whimsicality. It is beautiful to look at and fun to walk amidst. The pastel and royal colors, pinky coral, soft aqua, pale yellow, deep ultramarine, sometimes against black, sometimes with a subtle white-line texture, sometimes on a bit of cloth, are subtly mixed and matched, and the conceptual and visual delicacy of their combinations is supremely refreshing to the eye and mind in an age of so much harshness in painted forms.

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The name Ragazine was coined in the mid-’70s in Columbus, Ohio, as the title of an alternative newspaper/magazine put together by a group of friends. It was revived in 2004 as, the on-line magazine of arts, information and entertainment, a collaboration of artists, writers, poets, photographers, travelers and interested others. And that’s what it still is.