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Al Gore Delivers Another 'Inconvenient' Warning on Climate Change

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Former Vice President Al Gore has been on a burning crusade to wake this country and the world to An Inconvenient Truth, to use the title of his 2006 Academy Award-winning documentary. 746 more words

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Aubrey Plaza Brings Sex Appeal To 'Little Hours'

Sex is no laughing matter to this indie queen

Photo: From left to right: Kate Micucci, Aubrey Plaza, Alison Brie

by T.T. Stern-Enzi

Cassandra Wilson, on her New Moon Daughter release, sang a languidly sexy tune titled “A Little Warm Death,” which spoke of sex as a little death that we welcome in the throes of ecstasy. 701 more words

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An 'Inconvenient' Warning on Climate Change

Al Gore returns for a sequel to 2006’s ‘An Inconvenient Truth.’

Former Vice President Al Gore has been on a burning crusade to wake this country and the world to An Inconvenient Truth, to use the title of his 2006 Academy Award-winning documentary. 715 more words

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'Step' Gives Voice to New Dreams

A Baltimore dance team shows us how movement matters

Photo: Blessin Giraldo, Paula Dofat, Tayla Solomon, and Cori Grainger in “Step”

by T.T. Stern-Enzi

Tough, inspirational, inner-city documentaries tend to find themselves lined up alongside the 1994 Steve James film “Hoop Dreams,” which presented the lives of two Chicago teens (William Gates and Arthur Agee) as they stared down long odds of transitioning from high school to collegiate basketball on the way to their ultimate goal of one day playing professionally. 607 more words

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What's Hot this weekend at the movies

TT Stern-Enzi breaks down what’s Hot this weekend at the movies. Get Hot Reel Takes on The Dark Tower, Detroit, and Kidnap. 9 more words

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What We Mean When We Talk About 'Detroit'

Police brutality during a 1967 riot is the subject of Detroit.PHOTO: COURTESY OF ANNAPURNA PICTURES

“A real conversation starter” is one of the phrases likely to be used in discussions of Detroit, the new feature from director Kathryn Bigelow and writer Mark Boal, who previously collaborated on The Hurt Locker and Zero Dark Thirty. 667 more words

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