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Ten Questions with DAY WAVE

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A Caffeine Crawl Before You NAP With The Reader


The Bard arrives in many guises.


‘Treasure Island’


Get On Up, Get Out


‘Every Direction is North’


A Moslem Immigrant Finds Compassion in an Affluent American Home


Ginsburg, Hatfield and Smith


James Tormé


Can Mew Dig It?

You either find it unbearably funny that a suburban dad named Clarence finds himself in a stripclub called HPV surrounded by hardcore gangsters who force him to take on a more “bad-ass name”—and that the “bad-ass name” he comes up with is “Shark Tank”—or you don’t. If you don’t, you are going to blipping hate Keanu. It is a relentless barrage of a slow-motion kitten frolicking wearing a do-rag while a street gang...

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Walking the pipeline with Ken Ilgunas

This story of a man’s journey following the once-proposed route of the Keystone XL Pipeline describes not just the physical journey of Ken Ilgunas, but also the mental journey he went on when he decided to undertake this task.

The idea for this cross-two-countries trek formed while Ilgunas was working as a dishwasher at a camp for oil workers in Alaska. Though it started as a fantastical distraction at the time, it...

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Check Climate Change with Capitalism

Internationally renowned climate scientist and area native Dr. James Hansen is on a mission.

Thirty-five years after he and other scientists first reported that burning fossil fuels was creating a greenhouse effect that was warming the planet, the former head of NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies and current professor at Columbia University is pressing for an immediate solution.

The only solution that will...

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Ten Questions with ISKA DHAAF

New York City-based duo Iska Dhaaf's beautiful, tonal, layered, electronic songs pulse with pop-click-bang rhythms that race like a jackrabbit's heartbeat. On their new album, The Wanting Creature (2016, Brick Lane Records) Nathan Quiroga's and Benjamin Verdoes' voices intertwine in an elegant, ghostly ballet that perfectly complements their songs' haunting stories of modern life with all its complications. 


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‘A Hex, A Hoax, A Guest, A Ghost’

Darger HQ, has opened its new space at 1804 Vinton Street with it first show, A Hex, A Hoax, A Guest, A Ghost.  Managed and curated by Launa Bacon, the venue features a two-person show by Lincoln artist/educator Anthony Hawley and Rhode Island artist Kirstin Lamb, which continues until June 12.

Their common fascination with narrative as well as pictorial cliché in painting seems a logical result of educational...

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