INTERVIEW: At “Utopian Hotline”, an audience of 12 people imagine a more perfect future

Photo: Theater Mitu’s Utopian Hotline features Isis Bruno in the foreground and Monica Sanborn in the background. Photo courtesy of Alex Hawthorn / Theater Mitu / Provided by Everyman Agency with permission. Theater sets have changed since the start of the pandemic. Take the Mitu Theater in Brooklyn, which currently hosts their production of Utopian hotline to the Most Intimate ...

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Hoffman / Warburton Governor / Lieutenant Governor Statement on Income Inequality in New Jersey

Many have to count on an increase in income from the rudimentary social safety net even after working full time. New Jersey has the tenth worst income inequality in the nation, and inequality (measured by the GINI coefficient) actually increased during Murphy’s reign. – Statement by Governor / Lieutenant Governor Hoffman / Warburton on Income Inequality in New Jersey FOR ...

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Lionsgate’s The Expendables 4 adds Andy Garcia to the cast of the set

According to Hollywood journalistOscar-nominated Andy Garcia has officially signed on to star alongside Jason Statham and Sylvester Stallone in Lionsgate and Millennium Media’s fourth installment of their action franchise The Expendables. He will play the role of a CIA agent responsible for accompanying the titular team in its dangerous mission. Production is expected to start next month. Garcia is best ...

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The Helmers of “Captain Volkonogov has escaped” talk about “retro-utopia” of their film

Natasha Merkulova and Aleksey Chupov, director duo behind the Venetian title “Captain Volkonogov Escaped” – in the running for a Golden Lion – thought of Jean-Paul Belmondo when creating their main character, a policeman from the USSR which suddenly fled and found itself pursued by its former colleagues. The legendary French actor, known for “Breathless” and “Pierrot le Fou”, died ...

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Orillia Concert Association unveils plan for virtual / live performances

With the potential for continued restrictions on audience capacity, this year’s first two concerts will be virtual but exclusive to Orillia Concert Association subscribers. PRESS RELEASEORILLIA CONCERTS ASSOCIATION*************************As we come to the end of summer, our thoughts turn to fall activities and a new season of wonderful concerts. While COVID is still with us, it looks like more activities will ...

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Tollund Man, Otzi the Ice Man: what their last meals reveal

Over three thousand years ago, in the heights of the Tyrolean Alps, two shepherds trudged through the thickening snow. For two days, the couple had tried in vain to get rid of a band of marauders. When they climbed high into the pasture to take refuge in the sheer cliffs of cliffs, the thieves chased them deep into a deep ...

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Students eager to connect at UMSL Fall Involvement Expo

Organizations such as Minority Student Nurses Associationn moved into the third-floor rotunda of the Millennium Student Center last Wednesday to recruit new members. (Photos by August Jennewein) A deluge of early morning rain pushed student organizations and Student participation office the team inside last Wednesday – scrambling to set up tables and move recruiting materials – at the third-floor rotunda ...

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