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‘The Doors – When You’re Strange’ is a Profound Archival Rock Doc that Inspires and Needs to be Shown in Theaters

By Gregory Crofton “I notice that when people are joking they are usually dead serious, and when they’re dead serious it’s usually pretty funny,” says lead singer Jim Morrison in the “The Doors – When You’re Strange,” a documentary from…

How Skateboarding, Surfing and Climbing Became Olympic Sports

Lifestyle fads have evolved into some of the world’s fastest-growing sports. Now they are to debut on the world’s biggest stage – the Olympic Games. Step inside the journey of three new sports born on the fringes of society –…

Remote Ireland Turns Foreboding then Deadly in ‘Sophie: A Murder in West Cork’

By Gregory Crofton Artists and feminists and many others from around the world discover Schull, a small Irish town west of Cork, and then decide to make it their home. It is surrounded by beautiful countryside, all next to the…

Cold Brew Got Me Like: Homunculus in a Bathing Suit

Elon Musk fuels his rockets with cash! Plus 1980s wrestler Kevin Sullivan cold-brew conjures an injured football player and the song “Hairdresser” is on Spotify.

Target Video: ‘We Were There to Be There’

Taking place as cuts to crucial social services loom under Ronald Reagan, two legendary punk bands come together to perform a show for patients and staff at a psychiatric facility. Captured on tape by seminal video art collective Target Video,…

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