Category: ARTS

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full court press - Winter 2020 Playlist

full court press 🎵 Playlist > Winter 2020 Věra Chytilová: “Sedmikrásky” (1966 film) Messer Chups: Vamp Babes (2002 score) John Wright: South Side Soul Tracy Chapman: Gimme One Reason Solomon

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Ovid TV Enters From Left Field

The reason I wanted to check out Ovid.tv was to watch the documentary about a small town in Southwest China, called Ghost Town. There was a showing of it several years ago that I missed and I was su

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reality bites back - Autumn 2020 Playlist

reality bites back 🎵 Playlist > Autumn 2020 Gil Scott Heron: Lady Day and John Coltrane Tribe Called Quest: We The People Deltron 3030: Virus Thievery Corporation: Thief Rockers The Aval

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Futurecon 2020

Bubbling up in the simmering pot of our incomprehensible global pandemic, it is wonderful to realize that an event like Futurecon, has formed in the broth! The brainchild of many organizers, includin

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reCONvene 2020

The New England Science Fiction Association, NESFA, has been running cons for a while. Getting close to sixty consecutive years. They managed to squeak out a terrific Boskone 57 in February of 2020,

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Synthetic Drugs on a Bummel

The Song of Synth by Seb Doubinsky is a science fiction novel about about a strange new drug that creates a fungible boundary between our perceptions of real and virtual worlds. The story fits loose

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Cyberpunk Culture Conference

“Early cyberpunks drank the kool-aid of neoliberal transreality,” Sherryl Vint In this surrealistic slow-motion transformation of our human society we have all become Number Six, isolated in our own

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Cinemois by Jean Pierre Melville

Out of curiosity, I bid on issue No. 75 of Cinema 63 that was up for auction on eBay in France. The magazine arrived promptly, fairly reeking of mildew and with pages cracking off the spine, but de

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Boskone 2020

For those of us born back in the halcyon years of the last century, the year 2020 always seemed like a futuristic milestone. Would we be jet-packing through blue skies in our post-scarcity economies