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October 10, 2016 at 6:28 pm

Filmmaker Sharon Shattuck was in middle school when her father came out to her and her sister as transgender. Now, she tells that story in an emotional and revealing documentary From This Day Forward. This POV film explores her father’s transition to a woman and aims to gain a deeper understanding of how her family and her parents’ marriage got […]

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October 10, 2016 at 6:26 pm

You may know Danny Aiello from his roles in iconic films, from Moonstruck to his Academy Award-nominated performance as pizzeria owner Sal Frangione in Spike Lee’s 1989 Do the Right Thing. But ‘actor’ is not the only role he’s played in the course of his life. Recently he’s revealed more of himself in his autobiography I Only Know Who I […]

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October 08, 2016 at 10:30 am

The Brooklyn Bridge may be getting some major upgrades as city officials explore the idea of expanding the promenade. In recent years, the bridge has earned a reputation for being congested with people. Between tourists, speeding cyclists, and busy commuters, the 133 year-old landmark isn’t that easy to cross. The issue has caught the attention of the city’s Department of […]

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October 07, 2016 at 6:29 pm

Anticipation is mounting as Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump get ready for their second presidential debate on Sunday. The town hall rematch at Washington University in St. Louis comes almost two weeks after Clinton, the Democratic nominee, won their first showdown by consensus. Trump, the Republican nominee, was criticized for being ill-prepared and hopes to improve on that performance after […]

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October 07, 2016 at 6:27 pm

Two of the biggest issues in this year’s presidential election are rising income inequality and stagnating economic mobility. Not only that, but these issues are everyday concerns for millions of Americans who used to buy into the idea that hard work leads to prosperity. Political comedian John Fugelsang is taking a candid look at these issues in his new documentary, […]

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