Monthly Archives: June 2011

The Twin Cities Reimagined

Guest Blogger James Rojas on Planning for Inclusion: Notes from The Twin Cities Re-Imagined Interactive Model The Twin Cities Interactive model was a thought-provoking, diorama of Minneapolis, St. Paul and spaces in between. The model was designed for the viewer … Continue reading

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The Ultimate 21st Century People of Color Sci-Fi List

Guest Blogger Adriel Luis on Scifi in Color I’ve always been a science fiction buff. From my elementary school days with Bruce Coville’s “My Teacher Is An Alien” series, to my teenage obsession with “X-Files,” to my current RSS feed … Continue reading

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Re-Born Peach Boy

Re-BORN Peach Boy from TAKAHIRO KIMURA on Vimeo.

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“Twin” by Hush –Now on View

Hush “Twin” Opening at New Image Art from G7D on Vimeo.

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“Of Anna and Dreams”

Guest Curator Robert Adanto Brings Us “Of Anna and Dreams” The Human Frames cycle presents a series of ten film programs examining the human condition through experimental film and video art. Comprising both contemporary and archive images from across Asia … Continue reading

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Roger Guenveur Smith on “Juan and John”

Roger Guenveur Smith talks about his new play, “Juan and John,” his take on the famous 1965 incident between San Francisco Giants’ star Juan Marichal and L.A. Dodgers star John Roseboro.

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When Undocumented Immigrants Raise Citizens

What happens when undocumented immigrants raise U.S. citizens? Stress, low productivity, low learning development. Failure for all including the economy.

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Time to Leave Afghanistan

The death of Osama bin Laden is a symbolic turning point for the war on terrorism and a sign that we should leave Afghanistan and bring the troops home.

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Design Thinking For Education: What If?

Education in America is at a crossroads. It’s time for new direction and design thinking is one way to go to save our kids, our schools and our economy.

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Johnny Depp Reinvents Tonto At The Right Time

In Johnny Depp’s new version of “The Lone Ranger,” Tonto will be in the lead. And it couldn’t come at a better time given the U.S. military recent use of the name Geronimo for the bin Laden kill operation.

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