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Ex Machina, from screenwriter-director Alex Garland, is the latest take on the perils of AI. And in the view of Bennett Stein aka The GOOD4NOTHING CONNOISSEUR, it is one of…

EX MACHINA: The Perils of A.I. Delivered in Chilly Style

Ex Machina, from screenwriter-director Alex Garland, is the latest take on the perils of AI. And in the view of Bennett Stein aka The GOOD4NOTHING CONNOISSEUR, it is one of…

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Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre has spent 30 years staging contemporary dance performances in intriguing spaces, from Laundromats and gas stations to corporate offices and, now, the…

Architecture and Dancers Lighten Up in Heidi Duckler’s “Space Opera”

Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre has spent 30 years staging contemporary dance performances in intriguing spaces, from Laundromats and gas stations to corporate offices and, now, the…

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Faced with the enormity of human impact on earth, extraterrestrial life is looking more appealing.

“Contact In The Desert” — A UFO Lovefest

Faced with the enormity of human impact on earth, extraterrestrial life is looking more appealing.

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