Frank Kozik is many things. An electrical engineer. A businessman. A big dude. Concerned about the current political climate. Concerned about the future. But there’s one thing he apparently is not. Learn more in this exclusive excerpt from DINOSAUR’s inaugural issue.
For Sam Still, making art is a compulsion and a comfort. It is his love, his passion – and sometimes a source of hardship. Still’s experience making art testifies to energy channeled in a way that engages and excites all senses.
Back in 1966, Toni Basil recorded her debut single, “I’m 28,” in which she expresses horror at the onset of maturity: “I don’t want to finish up alone in a rocking chair.” She meant it. Now 70, the former go-go dancer is still on the go. The week after our interview, she’s scheduled to fly to New York for the closing of Bette Midler’s recent Broadway engagement. She’s got a hold on the following week to shoot a TV commercial. Street dance competitions around the globe regularly invite her to judge young h