While Chasing the Red, White & Blue You Can Chase Aliens Too! by Amy Lignor There are moments in history that made various locations memorable, for one reason or another. And in a small town, in the blistering heat of New Mexico, one incident – THE incident, if you will – occurred in […]
From Food to Fireworks: The “Best” in July 4th Celebrations by Amy Lignor We’re all familiar with the celebration of “independence” held in Washington D.C. every year. The red, white and blue blasting into the sky over the cradle of our democracy reminds one and all what it means to be an American…what […]
From Women & Children to NASA – Learn More about Earth Day by Amy Lignor It was in September of 2015, that all 193 member countries of the U.N. met together and decided to clean up habitats in overseas countries in order to combat the rising death toll of maternal women and infants […]
The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution TV Review by Kam Williams Documentary about Radical Political Party Premieres on PBS on February 16th The late Stokely Carmichael is famous for coining the phrase “Black power!” What he might not be as well remembered for is founding the Black Panthers. Frustrated by the tortoise-paced progress […]
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Beauty Takes to the Skies at the International Balloon Festival ~ by Amy Lignor The World’s Premiere Hot Air Balloon Event is gearing up in Albuquerque once again, and the news for this global occasion (October 3rd-11th) is everywhere. People from all corners of the world are already setting up at the place: […]
Date: March 30, 2014 Time: 1:15 pm 2013. Belgium/France/Luxembourg. Directed by Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani. Deepening and amplifying their super-fetishistic remix of Italian giallo and horror tropes in Amer (ND/NF 2010), Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani create a delirious and increasingly baroque pastiche of the trance film and cinéma fantastique and then push […]