All posts tagged "Featured"

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    Water Changes Everything

    It is well known that clean water in developing countries is a quick route to eradicating disease and dehydration. Less well known is that the current system of water distribution in those developing areas of Sub-Saharan Africa,...

    • Posted March 7, 2015
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    Night Flight Remembers Cinéma Vérité Giant Albert Maysles

    Night Flight has learned that Albert Maysles died yesterday, March 5, 2015, age 88, on the eve of the distribution of a newly-restored version of one the Maysles’ best known documentaries, Grey Gardens. Here’s an interview from...

    • Posted March 6, 2015
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    Revolution #9: The Beatles’ Musique Concrète Sound Collage Performed Live!

    On February 28, 2015, at the 1500-seat Alex Theater in Glendale, California, we were among the sold-out audience on hand to witness members of the Wild Honey Orchestra collective paying special tribute to the Beatles’ 1968 so-called...

    • Posted March 5, 2015
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    This Week in Cult: Monster From A Prehistoric Planet (1967)

    Welcome to This Week in Cult, your nondenominational, thoroughly heretical peek inside the world of Cult films.

    • Posted March 5, 2015
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    Dustin Yellin’s Psychogeographies

    Artist Dustin Yellin’s sculpture series “Psychogeographies” read like the spirit of mankind, captured in motion or combustion and cryogenically frozen to tell the story of our collapse. Gorgeous, meticulously arranged acrylic paintings and paper collages are contained...

    • Posted March 4, 2015
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    Captain Sticky: America’s Only Practicing Caped Crusader!

    Meet Captain Sticky! “I am America’s only practicing caped crusader,” Captain Sticky — his real name was Richard Pesta, and he was born in 1946, in Pittsburgh, PA — told the San Diego Tribune in 1984. “That...

    • Posted March 4, 2015
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    Revisiting “Dark Side Of The Moon”: The Aural Equivalent Of “The Tell-Tale Heart”

    Today, March 1st, marks the anniversary of the release of Pink Floyd’s celebrated concept album Dark Side Of The Moon, which sparks to life with a minute-long sound collage “Speak To Me”/“Breathe,” which was one of the...

    • Posted March 1, 2015
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    Night Flight Remembers Leonard Nimoy

    Night Flight joins the mourning chorus of netizen voices today remembering the versatile actor Leonard Nimoy, who died, age 83, after, it has to be said, he lived long and prospered. He is, of course, best known...

    • Posted February 27, 2015
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