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Don Rickles on the Importance of Being Uniquely You

I always say to young people, try to be different.

If you’re different, you have a chance.

~ Don Rickles

Life & Living

Do you have a "clean energy" story to tell? The RI Energy Office wants to know!

The Rhode Island Office of Energy Resources is charged with leading Rhode Island to a secure, cost-effective and sustainable energy future, and they are interested in hearing how artists and arts organizations use clean energy or employ conservation efforts in their work. 46 more words


"The Simpsons" turns 30

It’s been thirty years since the hit animated sitcom, “The Simpsons” debuted in the U.S. I can’t believe it. What an achievement!

I grew up watching “The Simpsons”. 392 more words

Film, TV

Mystery Science Theater 3000 is your new wind-down TV show

All together now! “In the not-too-distant future…”

OK, you probably aren’t familiar. The original 1990s run of Mystery Science Theater 3000 never really became the cult hit in the UK that it was in its US home. 675 more words


Webinar will help nonprofit organizations prepare applications to NEA for Media Arts support

NEA’s Media Arts staff will conduct a webinar on May 3, 2017, at 3:30 PM Eastern  which will focus on guidelines for the upcoming Art Works II: Media Arts… 244 more words

National Endowment For The Arts

Eye in the Labyrinth

Rosemary Dexter is perhaps best known, though never talked about, for her role as Colonel Mortimer’s sister in 1965’s For a Few Dollars More. While uncredited, and with nary a line of dialogue, she provides the film and the Lee van Cleef character with a personal, forceful motivation other than bounty killing (not that there’s anything wrong with that). 1,618 more words

Film & TV

Line Right Up!

This very long line was spotted this morning leading up to Pier 94.  Many in line were equipped with folding chairs, and most had some type of baggage, indicating they were in it for the long haul.  53 more words

Film & TV