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  • In The Award-Winning “The Sweet Hereafter,” The Deaths Of A Town’s Children Comes With Unforseen Trauma

    In The Award-Winning “The Sweet Hereafter,” The Deaths Of A Town’s Children Comes With Unforseen Trauma

    July 24, 2017 —  A school, bus crashes through a barrier into a lake. Who is responsible? was it the bus, the town, the bus driver? And who is supposed ti tell the parents?A lawyer convinces the parents of the children affected by the accident that they need to sue as a means of getting back at the people who should be held responsible. But who is responsible? And does the lawyer have motives of his own that make him eager […]

  • These Crimes Fascinate Us, Even As They Repel Us

    These Crimes Fascinate Us, Even As They Repel Us

    July 21, 2017 — If this man decided to be a murderer, he would get away with it. Fred Dinenage knows all about murder. During his 50+ years as an announcer, presenter and co-anchor of various programs, crime is often his subject matter. He ghosted two autobiographies for the Kray twins, the infamous London gangsters and organized crime lords who worked out of London’s East End in the 1950s and 1960s. He also gained unparalleled access to the Richardson Brothers (known as “The […]

  • David Bowie And Terence Stamp Provide Horror —  And Sex Appeal

    David Bowie And Terence Stamp Provide Horror — And Sex Appeal

    July 21, 2017 —  These horror stories are seriously exciting.That may sound like a contradiction, but hosts Terence Stamp and David Bowie are the perfect companions for these forays into the horrible, the unnerving, the dreadful, the disturbing.The Hunger is a powerful, erotic and horror-filled anthology series, with each of the 44 episodes comprising a complete tale of horror.Stamp and Bowie host 22 episodes each, and a long list of intriguing guest stars — Daniel Craig (the James Bond franchise), Lena Headey […]

  • A Small, Wooden Box Contains All Of Life’s Secrets — But You May Not Want To Know Them

    A Small, Wooden Box Contains All Of Life’s Secrets — But You May Not Want To Know Them

    July 20, 2017 — Susan’s life is difficult. She has a curio shop in an undisclosed location, she’s lonely and sad.And she has a terminal illness.A client expresses serious interest in a small box she has in her possession, making her curious about its history and worth. A little research informs her that one of the previous owners, Dr. Kaminsky, believed that the box contained a human life force.Having little to lose, Susan inhales it, and find herself cured.For the […]

  • According To Noam Chomsky, Nothing Threatens The American Dream More Than Income Inequality

    According To Noam Chomsky, Nothing Threatens The American Dream More Than Income Inequality

    July 20,2017 — Noamrequiem is worried about income inequality.Recognized as one of the world’s great intellectuals, Chomsky has taught for  years at M.I.T. (he graduated from the University of Pennsylvania and did his graduate work at Harvard). He has written over 100 books in numerous fields — linguistics, the media, politics, war and economics. He continues to do research to this day — he is 88 years old — and remains one of the most-cited authors in academia.Early on he argued against […]

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