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‘The World’s a Little Blurry’ Shows How Fast Billie Eilish Became a Teenage Superstar

By Gregory Crofton Director R.J. Cutler (The War Room, The World According to Dick Cheney) took a cinema verité approach once he was granted access to the day-to-day of rising superstar Billie Eilish in 2018. That meant Cutler didn’t ask…

Anchored Out: Evicted at Sea

The documentary, directed by Katie Bernstein and Clara Mokri, follows San Francisco’s vibrant live-aboards as their boats are targeted by a wealthy community who want them gone—revealing the dark underbelly of class conflict in California. (Source: The New Yorker)

Son Says Michael Peterson of ‘The Staircase’ is a Serial Killer

PER TODD: (I WOULD APPRECIATE IT EVERYONE SHARES THIS) (Please share for me. Please share for my mother, Patricia Peterson. Please share for Kathleen. And please share for my Auntie Liz…whom you all know as Elizabeth Ratliff. I believe that…

Plastic Wars

Have efforts to solve the plastic pollution problem made it worse? Go inside the battle over plastics, recycling and what’s at stake. (Source: Frontline)

Mystery Revealed: How the Deadly Action Park Stayed Open for 18 Years

By Gregory Crofton If you grew up in the Northeast in the 80s, and you haven’t heard about the HBO documentary “Class Action Park,” you should be sure to check it out. I lived in Connecticut and was six years…
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