Dennis Lehane and Paul Walter Hauser on Black Bird 

Dennis Lehane and Paul Walter Hauser on Black Bird 
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Dennis Lehane, who adapted the true-crime miniseries Black Bird for television, speaks to the difficulties in adapting nonfiction stories for the screen. … read more

Inevitable Change: Andrea Hardeman’s Abstract Impressionism

Inevitable Change: Andrea Hardeman’s Abstract Impressionism
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Andrea Hardeman’s visual art sits at the intersection of creativity and mental wellness, channeling what she cannot express with words into abstract paintings. … read more

SLUG Style: James Ray Davis III

SLUG Style: James Ray Davis III

James Ray Davis III is a musician and bartender; his hip-hop beat tape, Ultramarine by Hurt Davis, is slated to release at the end of the summer. … read more

Content Shifter: 7 Artificial Intelligence Series to Stream

Content Shifter: 7 Artificial Intelligence Series to Stream
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Here are seven AI-focused TV series that don’t offer easy solutions to The Human Problem—but at least you’ll be distracted from your meat-sack self. … read more

Bold & Beautiful: Tamara Knight

Bold & Beautiful: Tamara Knight
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Experienced “science nerd” James Banks is also known as a lip-syncing, pop-star queen by the name of Tamara Knight. … read more

Emma Holly Jones on Mr. Malcolm’s List 

Emma Holly Jones on Mr. Malcolm’s List 
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Emma Holly Jones, the producer and director of Mr. Malcom’s List, was born and raised in England and grew up watching BBC adaptations of Austen’s books. … read more

Film Review: Thor: Love and Thunder

Film Review: Thor: Love and Thunder
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Thor: Love and Thunder was a creative shot in the musclebound arm for Marvel, and it’s the first time since Endgame that I feel the need to see a Marvel twice. … read more

Film Review: Minions: The Rise of Gru

Film Review: Minions: The Rise of Gru
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Minions: The Rise of Gru benefits from centering Steve Carrell, though there’s simply no getting around the fact that the whole schtick is wearing thin. … read more

Film Review: The Forgiven

Film Review: The Forgiven
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The Forgiven features unforgettable performances and an apparently shallow outlook that deceptively hides layers of intriguing ideas for audiences to peel away. … read more

Film Review: Mad God

Film Review: Mad God
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Mad God, from VFX legend Phil Tippett, brings a macabre and gruesome experience that is a must-see for die-hard fans of horror and stop motion. … read more