Utopia

“Y: The Last Man” Recap: Marrisville and Beth Return

We are seven episodes in the first season of Y: The last man, and so far, it’s been fascinating to see which storylines from the comics have been selected for adaptation given the scale of the overall story changes in this reimagining. Last week’s episode, titled “Weird Al Is Dead,” found a way to recreate the vigil for extinct men ...

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The 10 best shows to see on Broadway right now

After some 18 months of grim uncertainty, Broadway is – right now – essentially back, with many shows that were shut down by the pandemic now previewing or fully open. (You don’t have to be a Bad fan for footage from the first few minutes of its opening night to put you in the mist.) Planning your own return to ...

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‘SNL’ has Tom and MySpace wrong. It was not a utopia on social networks.

It’s 2021 and MySpace has kind of ended up in the Saturday Night Live cold open. With Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen in the news after her testimony in front of Congress on Tuesday, SNL decided to seize the opportunity and excoriate old senators disconnected for asking stupid questions of Haugen. The punchline at the end involves an appearance by actor ...

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Attention and optimism | eKathimerini.com

Do places change following major disasters? And how do residents put the pieces back together and find the strength to move forward, to start their lives over from the beginning? “The people are in front of us,” says Stavros Benos, the topographic engineer and former politician who was commissioned by the government to develop a plan for the economic regeneration ...

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Governor Hochul announces completion of new ramps at Kew Gardens interchange in Queens

Governor Kathy Hochul today announced a milestone in the Kew Gardens Interchange Phase 4 project in Queens. Construction was completed on two newly reconfigured ramps that will improve safety and reduce congestion along this busy suburban corridor used by hundreds of thousands of commuters every day to reach John F. Kennedy International Airport and other key destinations throughout New York ...

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Matthieu W. Gobert | Uvalde Leader News

Matthew W. Gobert Matthew W. Gobert Matthew “Matt” Wayne Gobert, 57, of Utopia died on October 3, 2021 at the Methodist Metropolitan Hospital in San Antonio. There will be a funeral service tomorrow at 10 a.m. at Jones Cemetery in Utopia. He was born in Baytown on March 24, 1964, to Pat (Perkins) and Milton Gobert. His family said he ...

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County Gallatin, MT recklessly invests in Broadband Boondoggle

Despite substantial evidence of the waste and ineffectiveness of government-owned broadband networks (GON), Gallatin County, Montana, has become the latest government entity to agree to make such an investment. Citizens Against Government Waste has written about these projects often, including a July 2021 report, “The Folly of Government-Owned Networks,” which points out that while expanding internet access is a laudable ...

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Utopia purchases SXSW document on female sexuality “The Desire Dilemma” – deadline

EXCLUSIVE: Utopia (Mickey and the bear, baby Shiva) acquired the worldwide rights to the feature-length documentary by Maria Finitzo The dilemma of desire, which presents itself as an exploration of “literacy” and the clash between gender politics and the imperatives of female sexual desire. The distributor has scheduled an October release for North America exclusively on the Altavod streaming platform, ...

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Letter: Don’t Let Socialism Destroy the Nation – Albert Lea Tribune

How far are we going to allow socialism to penetrate our America? Joseph Stalin – 20 million dead because of things like labor camps, forced collectivism, starvation and execution. Fidel Castro – countless of his own people executed under his socialist “utopia”. Bernie Sanders – Preaches about redistributing your wealth, owns three homes, and flies in private jets. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez ...

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Natalia Dyer, Rachel Keller and Danny Ramirez in queer love triangle drama “Chestnut” (EXCLUSIVE)

Natalia Dyer stars alongside Rachel Keller and Danny Ramirez in “Chestnut,” a gay love triangle drama that marks director Jac Cron’s feature debut. Shot on location and named after the epicenter of queer culture in Philadelphia, Chestnut, the film quietly wrapped up production this month. It plans to premiere at the festival in early 2022. Dyer plays the role of ...

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