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Fidel Castro Dead, August 24

12 years ago by Cory Casciato
Here's a brief look at some of the items America is desperate to learn about today: Fidel Castro dead The Internet is erupting over the rumor that Fidel Castro is dead. It has yet to be announced by any major news service, but it’s dominating Internet searches. If it’s true,...
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Netflix’s Cuba and the Cameraman Charts 45 Years of Life Under Fidel Castro

2 years ago by Alan Scherstuhl
Alpert checks in again and again with the same three families over 45 years of visits to the island, with sometimes heartbreaking results
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Fidel

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Documentary, Drama
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CCU's Jeff Hunt on Samantha Bee Press Credentials, Ted Nugent Use of C-Word

12 months ago by Michael Roberts
Jeff Hunt, among the main coordinators of the Western Conservative Summit at Colorado Christian University, says comic Samantha Bee's recent description of First Daughter Ivanka Trump as a "feckless cunt" isn't the only reason representatives of Full Frontal, her take-no-prisoners TBS show, have been denied press credentials for this year's event, which gets underway on Friday, June 8.
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Wang Dang Sweet Poontang! Ted Nugent Endorses George Brauchler

2 years ago by Michael Roberts
Rocker and gun lover Ted Nugent has waded into the 2018 race for Colorado governor, Facebook-posting an endorsement of 18th Judicial District DA George Brauchler, who's best known nationally for having prosecuted the Aurora theater shooting case. As the Nuge sang on the 1977 hard-rock classic album Cat Scratch Fever, "Wang dang sweet poontang!"
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Review: Mi Tierra Breaks New Ground at the Denver Art Museum

2 years ago by Michael Paglia
In presenting Mi Tierra at this time, the Denver Art Museum is not only promoting tolerance and acceptance of a community currently being stigmatized by some, but also demonstrating that Mexican-American art is one of the strongest cultural forces in our region right now.
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Best Inventive Production

This one-man show written and performed by the multi-talented Thaddeus Phillips was funny, soulful, brilliant and sweet as it followed a young tapper's education, progress through life and enforced exile in Cuba. Phillips himself is a prodigious tapper, a terrific actor and an iconoclastic thinker. For Lost Soles, he used...
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Review: By the Waters of Babylon Is a Moving Experience at Edge

3 years ago by Juliet Wittman
Catherine, a widow living in a wealthy suburb of Austin, Texas, during the presidency of George W. Bush, hires Arturo from a group of unemployed men gathered at a street corner to clean up her overgrown garden. She is lonely, neurotic, angry, shunned by neighbors who gossip about the reasons...
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Best Inventive Production

Lost Soles

This one-man show written and performed by the multi-talented Thaddeus Phillips was funny, soulful, brilliant and sweet as it followed a young tapper's education, progress through life and enforced exile in Cuba. Phillips himself is a prodigious tapper, a terrific actor and an iconoclastic thinker. For Lost Soles, he used...
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Highlands Cork & Coffee Hemingway stop curbs runaway literary devices: Kenny Be's Street Art

8 years ago by Kenny Be
The portrait stenciled onto a car stop next to a five-gallon all-purpose bucket filled with trash in the picture above could easily be read as an analogy, a metaphor or a simile of our times. But first the viewer must determine if the old bearded fellow is Ernest Hemingway, Herman...

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