Daily Archive: August 10, 2018

3 science fiction books for summer

In these three works of science fiction, the main characters live under the impression that figuring out how to survive in a cruel, merciless society is enough. But when they decide they need more, they risk everything to figure out whether it’s possible, regardless of what the cost may be.

“An…

Review: Revolution in ‘Haiti’ stirs the New World

Imagine happening upon an all-but-lost piece of history.

That opportunity awaits at Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum, where you’ll find the 1938 play “Haiti,” created under the auspices of the Depression-era arts-funding program the Federal Theatre Project. The Theatricum folks think this is the…

The Moviegoer, Aug. 12-18

Acropolis Cinema In Milla, teenage lovers get by squatting in an abandoned house in a French fishing village until the baby-faced girl becomes pregnant and has a child. French-Armenian director Valérie Massadian made the 2017 film while a fellow at the Radcliffe-Harvard Film Study Center. Acropolis…

California Sounds: Dntel explores the hate in his heart, Anna St. Louis teases her debut album and Jerry Paper duets with Weyes Blood

Dntel, “Hate in My Heart” (Leaving Records). The artist Jimmy Tamborello is best known as one half of the electronic pop band the Postal Service, but followers of L.A. beat-based music know that even without that commercial breakthrough, he would still be a key influence on a generation of area…

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