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3:21 pm
Wed June 4, 2014

24 Frames: Star Comics and a Brief History of Sequential Art

Media and it's consumption is always changing; in the 80s came the boom of the comic book industry and with all the fanfare of it's arrival also came it's downfall. By the late 90's the industry bottomed out but Star Comics in Lubbock has been through the ups and downs and still remains today. Owner Robert Mora shares the history of his store and in the process gives insight into where comics may go into the future. 

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Arts
3:13 pm
Wed June 4, 2014

24 Frames: Empty

24 Frames is proud to present a video by Dusty Deen, former producer at 24 Frames. It's an amazing stop motion tale that needs to be seen. It's based on a book by Joshua Belter with music from Andy Mason.

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Arts
3:04 pm
Wed June 4, 2014

24 Frames: The Fabric of Conducting

Lubbock Symphony Orchestra Maestro David Cho talks to us about his life and about his passion for music and conducting.

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Arts
2:59 pm
Wed June 4, 2014

24 Frames: The South Plains Sessions: Lenora Sol

South Plains Sessions is an intimate musical performance featuring independent West Texas Artists produced by Kabletowava Films. This edition features Lenora Sol. 

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Arts
2:53 pm
Wed June 4, 2014

24 Frames: Thrift Store Cowboys

Lubbock may be known for it's music history with acts such as Buddy Holly and the Flatlanders but the Thrift Store Cowboys have strived and thrived as a musical act in Lubbock worthy of notice. In this story we take a look back at the history of the band as lead singer Daniel Fluitt gets ready to head to Tennessee.

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