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Review of The Wolfman

Review of The Wolfman

by LaRae Meadows
Voice in the Dark (theater)
February 19, 2010

It takes only one fateful bite to turn from ordinary theater actor into The Wolfman...

CFI/Argentina 2009

CFI/Argentina 2009

by Alejandro Borgo
February 12, 2010

After participating at the First National Congress on Atheism in Argentina, on December 2008, at the city of Mar del Plata...

Review of Legion

Review of Legion

by LaRae Meadows
Voice in the Dark (theater)
February 4, 2010

In Legion, God is pissed, and it is all our fault. Incomprehensible theology, a bumbling bunch of characters, and a taffy-stretched plot...

Frank’s Box: The Broken Radio

Frank’s Box: The Broken Radio

by Karen Stollznow
The Good Word
January 28, 2010

One person’s broken radio is another’s groundbreaking invention that enables human contact with aliens, angels, and the dead.

Interview with Randall Keynes

Interview with Randall Keynes

by LaRae Meadows
Voice in the Dark (theater)
January 22, 2010

Keynes sat down on an extremely rainy Monday in San Francisco to discuss his book, the movie adaptation that hits theaters on Friday, and the controversy...

Review of Creation

Review of Creation

by LaRae Meadows
Voice in the Dark (theater)
January 22, 2010

In Creation, a film adaptation of Randall Keynes book of the same name, Charles Darwin comes to terms with the death of his daughter Annie...

The Decline of the Decline of Arabic Science

The Decline of the Decline of Arabic Science

by Austin Dacey
Circumnavigations
January 21, 2010

Nicolaus Copernicus: Why wasn’t he Ibn al-Shatir?

Daybreakers

Daybreakers

by LaRae Meadows
Voice in the Dark (theater)
January 14, 2010

Daybreakers begins ten years after an outbreak causes vampirism, when the world is running out of humans necessary to feed the vampire population.

Review of Flatland: The Movie

by Hemant Mehta
January 7, 2010

For over a century, math enthusiasts have been fascinated by Edwin A. Abbott's 1884 novel Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions...

Reading, the New Media, and the New Skepticism: What’s Going On?

by Kendrick Frazier
January 6, 2010

If you are anything like me, reading is an essential part of life itself. For my generation, newspapers, books, and magazines...

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