Archive | November, 2013
Farce Me Some Truth

Farce Me Some Truth

Just this past weekend, I hosted this month’s River Film Forum where we watched the David Mamet film, State and Main. This film is a great example of bringing many of the conventions of of a classic stage farce to the movie screen. Mamet, who is a well-known playwright (The Postman Always Rings Twice, among other […]

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The Internet is Falling: The Death of Net Neutrality

The Internet is Falling: The Death of Net Neutrality

The Internet has completely revolutionized how independent artists reach out and connect with audiences. It has fostered the exchange of information and connected people from all over the world. But all of this could vanish very soon! Currently, Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T are presenting their case before a circuit court in Washington D.C. as to […]

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How “A Silent Universe” Makes My Life Better

I’m in a waiting room at Boston Children’s Hospital.  On the almost-1-year anniversary of having surgery on her right kidney, our 5-year old is having surgery on her left kidney. At times I can wonder why this is the case.  Is it because I had to take that blood thinner when I was pregnant? Boy […]

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