Media


Ladies: Time to Catch a New Wave?

By Suzanne Lindgren

Lady bloggers just can’t catch a break. Whether they’re writing about politics, pop culture, or what they’re wearing, women must endure disparagement from a broad range of critics. It seems they have become a screen on which to project ideas


The Crockpot: A Weekly Digest 03.27.12

by Sam Ross-Brown

This week's Crockpot is on social media, linguistic urban legends, and what happened when NOAA tried to document all those heat wave records from the Midwest...


The Crockpot: A Weekly Digest 03.23.12

by Sam Ross-Brown

This link collection includes evolution and politics, the Easter Bunny, and awesome Bonsai trees...


Film Review: Better This World

By Keith Goetzman

A new documentary looks at the violence and repression surrounding the 2008 RNC, through the eyes of two activists accused of “domestic terrorism.”


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Film Review: The Pruitt-Igoe Myth

By Anthony Kaufman

A new documentary on Pruitt-Igoe, one of the most infamous housing projects in U.S. history, explores the institutional racism behind American public housing.


Film Review: The Loneliest Planet

By Anthony Kaufman

The Loneliest Planet, Julia Loktev’s new art film rich in breathtaking landscapes, explores a young couple’s journey through the Caucasus Mountains.


The Crockpot: A Weekly Digest 03.13.12

by Will Wlizlo

This link collection includes lab coats, a French cemetery, and the first trans-global automobile race...


The Crockpot: A Weekly Digest 03.06.12

by Staff

This week’s link collection includes spooky brainwaves, Las Vegas sprawl, and radioactive chandeliers...