Utopia

Former theater student Rachel Lynett wins 2021 award for popular drama series Yale

Photo by Kat Wilson Former Rachel Lynett Theater Student Rachel Lynett, a former drama student at U of A, is the recipient of the Yale Drama Series Prize 2021, one of the world’s most prestigious dramatic writing prizes, for her play. Apologies to Lorraine Hansberry (Too August Wilson). Lynett was selected for the honor by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Paula Vogel, ...

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A $ 1.2 trillion investment opportunity

Did you know that “utopia” exists? At least a form of green energy utopia. You can find it in a small neighborhood in Texas today – homes are zero emissions, energy costs very low, and power outages never happen. As our hypergrowth expert Luke Lango writes below, this utopia was created by Tesla, but it is part of a much ...

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In the kitchen with “The Unofficial Simpsons Cookbook”

When I was growing up in Israel in the eighties, my family traveled intermittently to America, thanks to the work of my scientist father, who kept us coming and going. Every time I returned home, the thing I craved the most was the food I had left behind in the United States. Western fast food came to Israel relatively late ...

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Magic Realist Fable documentary trailer “The Seer and the Unseen”

Magic Realist Fable documentary trailer “The Seer and the Unseen” by Alex Billington August 10, 2021Source: Youtube “The elves demand that this area not be used.” Utopia has released an official trailer for a bizarre documentary film titled The seer and the invisible, by award-winning documentary director Sara Dosa. This one premiered at the 2019 San Francisco Film Festival a ...

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Free Will and the State: Kubrick and Burgess

By Pamela Bedore, Ph.D., University of Connecticut Burgess’s novel, A clockwork orange, met with little success when it was released in 1962 and was almost forgotten until Kubrick’s film adaptation brought it to international notoriety nearly ten years later. The film has drawn criticism for its candid portrayals of ultra-violence, including sexual violence. More interestingly, he also elicited some very ...

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Looks like Angela Bassett is about to be the highest paid black woman on TV; Academy Museum of Motion Pictures publishes catalog of Spike Lee’s work

We have another Black Excellence Week in Hollywood and this week you all have to make way for a Queen. Black people often like to quote “Eat the cake, Anna Mae” (thanks to the recall of the character’s name in her new movie Milkshakes with powder) When it comes to What does love have to do with it star Angela ...

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Pleasant Grove Announces the Arrival of UTOPIA Broadband in the City | Pleasant Grove News

Pleasant Grove may not have the amenities of Shangri-La, but Thursday marked the city’s path to a utopian society. At a press conference packed with city officials, Roger Timmerman, executive director of UTOPIA Fiber, announced that work has officially started on expanding the company’s fast-growing all-fiber network, bringing super-fast broadband for every home and business. in the city. The $ ...

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The myth of progress seen from the south

The exhibition, presented in Naples, deals with contemporary practices linked to the massive social changes of the last half-century: urbanization, industrialization, creation of new urban peripheries, demographic transformation of rural space, struggles linked to bodily choices, freedoms and constraints. . Utopia Dystopia: the myth of progress seen from the South presents works by some 55 Italian and international artists – ...

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Stefan Jäger • Director of Monte Verità

08/05/2021 – The Swiss director invites everyone to revisit “The Mountain of Truth”, a utopian colony that has welcomed all unconventional thinkers The year is 1906, and the young housewife Hanna (Maresi Riegner) literally can’t breathe, stuck in her role and in her apartment that she’s not supposed to leave – at least according to the doctors. Until she heard ...

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Bobby Gillespie and Jehnny Beth – Utopian Ashes (Album review)

Primal Scream frontman Bobby Gillespie and Savages frontman Jehnny Beth aren’t necessarily a couple most people could put together, but in truth neither have strictly adhered to their career boundaries. Seeing their names side by side on ‘Utopian Ashes’ is a curiosity, and yet it works. The concept behind the album details two lovers as they travel the world of ...

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