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Comment Archives: stories: Culture

Re: “Documentary portrays the four-generation Hanna Ranch and an 'eco-cowboy's' legacy

Watched this for the second time this morning. Wish the Hanna family all the best. Hey Steve, Do you really believe we can't see right through you? Heard of the phrase, " Self Righteous" ? Wonder if you believe the words you speak. Enjoy the money.

2 likes, 0 dislikes
Posted by zillla on 04/26/2015 at 11:35 AM

Re: “An interview with Laura Hendrie

I knew Laura Hendrie in New Mexico 25 years ago.Recently I gave a friend "Remember Me" She said it was 'The best book she has read'. After all these years I am reading it again. Ina Koch. Hawaii. Is it possible to get in touch with Laura?

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Posted by Ina Koch on 04/02/2015 at 11:53 PM

Re: “Cronenberg’s Maps to the Stars hits Hollywood where it hurts

Thought you might like to know that our Kimball's Peak Theatre is showing 'Maps to the Stars' starting February 27th.

Posted by Peggy Gardner on 02/26/2015 at 2:47 PM

Re: “Colorado Springs-based Facebook page wants you to Give a Shit About Nature

I really liked his page until I ordered shirts from him in November and have yet to hear back from him. He has my money but where are my shirts?! its been four months and not a peep when I try to email or contact him on instagram. And im not the only one accordibg to some of his accounts. He's a scammer, which is sad because the world needs more people to give a shit.

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Posted by snk on 02/14/2015 at 3:05 PM

Re: “Good fences ...

Thanks for the review. I agree that it was very entertaining but a bit breakneck, and the final monologue was not nearly as helpful as I believe the playwright thought it was. Our group really enjoyed Cornelius and thought she stood out.

Posted by Jeff Giardini on 02/09/2015 at 11:42 AM

Re: “The Players' club

Thanks for the write-up! I'd like to give credit where credit is due: Dylan and I are only part of the group of SB veterans who keep this company running. Greg Lanning and Elizabeth Kahn also met in a Star Bar show, subsequently married and have served on the board off and on for 20 years, as has Melissa Hafter. Jan Gregg-Kelm has moved to warmer climes, but I'm pretty sure this incarnation of Star Bar would never have gotten off the ground without her. They're not the only ones, of course, but the're the core, the heart of Star Bar.

We've got some new members this year, as well, including Shayn Megilligan, Erica Hutchinson, Catherine Cotton-McGuire and Bob Morsch. It takes a LOT more than the two of us to make Star Bar happen.

- BCM

Posted by starbarplayers on 02/08/2015 at 2:22 PM

Re: “Men with guns

equating the Iraq war with 9/11 makes it a pure propaganda film at best! NO NO NO!!!

4 likes, 4 dislikes
Posted by happyfew on 01/26/2015 at 2:58 PM

Re: “So fur, so good

The reviewers comment, 'Ben Whishaw gets Paddington's voice just right, and the movie wouldn't have worked without the absolutely correct actor bringing him to life' is very interesting. Colin Firth was originally penned for the part, and even recorded several sections before it was determined, by mutal consent apparently, that the 'fit' just wasn't right. Glad Mr. Whishaw strikes the right cord, then!

Posted by Melchett on 01/16/2015 at 3:55 PM

Re: “Renowned dancer Eiko Otake investigates the tragedy of the Fukushima disaster

Such a beautiful exhibit. I love that it captured the desolation and decay around the site with such sensitivity. I was surprised by how much I enjoyed this.

Posted by InJoyBakingCo on 01/07/2015 at 4:28 PM

Re: “Wild takes on rarely explored aspects of human nature

you just like seeing her tits!

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Posted by apathetic on 12/25/2014 at 1:54 PM

Re: “Practically perfect

Thanks for the update, Warren, we've changed the capsule.

Posted by Edie Adelstein on 12/18/2014 at 10:56 AM

Re: “Practically perfect

Due to popular demand, we've extended the run through Jan. 11! But tickets won't last long.

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Posted by Warren Epstein 1 on 12/17/2014 at 9:36 AM

Re: “Let my people go big

"Moses communicates with a Yahweh who has taken the form of a preternaturally serene young boy." Sounds to me more like Dionysus or Apollo!

The Mosaic Law strictly prohibits creating visual images of God. Congratulations to Ridley Scott for managing to disrespect Moses and the Hebrew religion twice in one scene! First, by depicting God at all. Second, on drawing from Greco-Roman mythology for his imagery. Check out Ezekiel, Chapter One, for a Hebrew view of what God might look like.

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Posted by Mr. K-- on 12/14/2014 at 1:13 PM

Re: “Let my people go big

The photo caption reads, "Christian Bale gets his gospel on..." Since when is Exodus part of the gospel?

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Posted by Mr. K-- on 12/14/2014 at 12:24 PM

Re: “Despicable Me 2 lives up to the title in all the worst ways

This reviewer is a perfect example of the 'finds everything offensive' brigade'. I hope this reviewer stays home for the rest of her life as it is obvious she finds the world just too mean and oppressive.

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Posted by Colin Rose on 12/05/2014 at 1:27 AM

Re: “Renowned dancer Eiko Otake investigates the tragedy of the Fukushima disaster

TEPCO the Japanese nuclear power company continues to lie to the people of Japan and to the world about the true levels of radiation released into the atmosphere, ground and into the Pacific Ocean! TEPCO also continues to dump millions of gallons of radioactive waste into the Pacific Ocean nonstop every single day to contaminate the plant life, insects, fish, ocean life and animals. We are now being told not to eat anyTuna and large fish at all because the radiation levels are unsafe to put into our body's and Fukushima radiation is now verified to be moving into the coast of California and the beaches will soon be polluted with this radiation! There is now verified proof of DNA damage and mutations throughout the food chain and we humans are next to suffer! and if we don't detox our bodies suffer we will! Experts recommend to commence detoxing with the natural mineral called zeolite that is proven to safely remove both radiation and heavy metals from the human body.This detox is VERY important to help prevent DNA damage that will cause disease and future ongoing mutations! For more quality information do an online search for the website with the single word Zeolite or search for" Detox With Micronized Zeolite"

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Posted by Barry Cohen on 12/03/2014 at 4:17 PM

Re: “Potion play

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Posted by Stacey Xavi on 11/24/2014 at 4:57 AM

Re: “Rocky Mountain Women's Film Festival bridges the gap

The St. John's International Women's Film Festival in Newfoundland, Canada just celebrated its 25th anniversary last month. The Rocky Mountain Women's Film Festival is not alone!

Posted by Eilish Mc Brearty on 11/05/2014 at 12:45 PM

Re: “Fruitvale Station doesn't trust its audience to know true tragedy

Terrible review. Who ever wrote this should think about starting a new career. It doesn't matter who (good or bad person) or what (young black man, paragraph 10) a person is.. no one should be treated or gunned down like that.

2 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by Art T on 10/21/2014 at 12:20 AM

Re: “Makeup case

"Men do figure into the women's lives in Love, but as accessories like cuff links, not as meaningful companions."

Are you familiar with the Bechdel test, by any chance? Wikipedia: "...the Bechdel test was introduced in Alison Bechdel's comic strip Dykes to Watch Out For. In a 1985 strip titled "The Rule", an unnamed female character says that she only watches a movie if it satisfies the following requirements:

1. It has to have at least two women in it,
2. who talk to each other,
3. about something besides a man."

When you begin to apply this test to theatre, television or film, you will find that disturbingly few pieces pass it, and you begin to view entertainment and what it tells us about how interested (or not) our society is in the inner life of women in a much different (read: bleaker) light. Indeed, the scarcity of plays in which there are roles for several women - especially women over 30 - instead of two romantic rivals or one mother and one ingenue is still, even in this day and age, very disappointing. LLAWIW is one of a handful in which your statement is true; it's the exception, not the rule. Thank goodness (and female playwrights) for the few that exist and manage to make it into production.

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Posted by Dylan-Beth We-areLennox Clements-Mosley on 09/30/2014 at 9:13 PM

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