The shuttering of FilmStruck this past fall was a wake-up call to many cinephiles who, in the mere two years of its existence, had grown accustomed to instant access to the Criterion Collection’s wide
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Is the business model for American national news “Trump plus rolling scandals”? And is that sustainable?
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The West Coast music scene has a new group to champion. The music of Oakland's SOL Development has been described as jazz, hip-hop, and, of course, soulful. The four-person collective's style may sound
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