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Preparing Notes for SU lecture and excerpt from Tongjing

Next week I am off to Salisbury University to deliver a talk and screen some of my films for the visiting artist lecture series (3/12/15). I am really grateful to have the opportunity to showcase my work and to discuss the audiovisual, landscapes, field recordings, and other things with the students of SU.   69 more words

Landscapes

Understanding breast cancer screening

In order to understand breast cancer screening, it is important to explain some general principles of screening:

The disease screened for must be common. With 1 of 8 women suffering breast cancer during their life-time, this is clearly the case. 616 more words

Breast Cancer

Competition | Win tickets to Encore!!! presents 'Purple Rain'

This Friday night (March 6th) Encore will screen Prince’s cult classic film Purple Rain at the Sugar Club and TLMT has a pair of tickets to giveaway for the show. 157 more words

Music

MARCH IS NATIONAL COLON CANCER AWARENESS MONTH

WHY COLON HEALTH IS CRITICAL

By Paul Bierman, M.D.

The digestive system is one of the your body’s most integral systems. Your colon is not only responsible for helping to digest food, but it is crucial for eliminating chemical and physical waste along with toxins and preservatives. 295 more words

Healthy Living

Screening of the documentary “Fascism Inc.” by Aris Chatzistephanou

Come along for the screening of the documentary “Fascism Inc.” by Aris Chatzistephanou. The documentary explores the links between economic elites and fascist movements in Europe, both in the past and the present. 76 more words

AAfG

Have you met Wilbur & Gussie?

Wilbur & Gussie is a designer handbag brand set up by two wonderful women Brett Tyne and Lucy Lyons. They make carrying a handbag a wonderful experience! 153 more words

A ReThink of the Way We Drink - "Whiteboard Med School" video from Dr. Mike Evans

Some of you might be familiar with Dr Mike Evans and the great work of the Evans Health Lab. The Evans Health Lab “fuses clinicians and creatives, filmmakers and patients, social entrepreneurs and best evidence to create “edutaining” healthcare information.” 113 more words

Substance Use