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New video: Elswhere - 'This One's for You'

This One’s for You is the debut single from North London’s alt-rock 4-piece Elswhere. Despite only forming at the beginning of 2017, the band have already signed to a record label and played numerous shows and festivals. 172 more words


Kole Kellen, Volunteer Firefighter

By Madeline Rae

The Kellen family has a combined 300 years of service in the Sublette Fire Department, protecting the 450 residents of Sublette, Illinois. As a volunteer firefighter for the past 11 years, Kole raised the bar for department preparedness when he loaded the data from his personal weather station to the fire department’s command center. 124 more words

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Microsoft Exec on Future of Xbox, Game Streaming, Game Pass

While Microsoft says it remains committed to the Xbox console, it also has come to understand that to succeed in gaming at a scale that matches the growing form of entertainment, the company can’t simply court people who play games on a console. 1,873 more words


Jeff White and Liz Smith, Residents of GoodGreen House

By Madeline Rae  

Jeff White and Liz Smith aren’t your typical greenhouse owners. They actually live inside their greenhouse! Originally some farm land in New York with a solitary cabin,  170 more words

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Ingmar Bergman's Centennial: A Time to Celebrate Joy of Filmmaking

July 14 marks the 100th birthday of writer-director Ingmar Bergman, whom Variety declared on Nov. 24, 1954, to be “Sweden’s top director.” Within three years, Bergman went beyond that: He was recognized as one of the top filmmakers in the entire world, thanks to the 1957 duo of “The Seventh Seal” and “Wild Strawberries.” A year later, Carl Dymling, president of Sweden’s leading production unit Svensk Filmindustri, told Variety that “Seventh Seal” marked a new era in moviemaking: “Bergman uses the film much as an author does his book. 639 more words


Night At The Museum: The DMA Celebrates National Pride Month

by Mai Geller

On the third Friday of every month, the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) opens its doors till midnight, inviting the city to explore the museum well past its regular visiting hours. 1,093 more words


Movie Review: Raazi

Starring: Alia Bhatt, Vicky Kaushal, Rajit Kapur, Soni Razdan

Director: Meghna Gulzar

Raazi is based on a true story of a Muslim girl, Sehmat married off to Pakistan before the 1971 Indo-Pak war. 396 more words