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How virtual reality is changing the way we experience stage shows

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Independent music labels are creating their own streaming services to give artists a fair deal

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Confederate and Black America: why clashes at Charlottesville show Civil War alt-histories are more than just fantasy

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Brainstormbrewery #252: Corbin’s Heart Grew Three Sizes That Day

Josh Lee Kwai returns to discuss Commander 2017 and push DJ to the #2 guest spot.   The cast discusses the make-up of the new decks and which cards might grow in value.   Corbin gives a rundown of modern, and the crew covers breaking bulk and pick of the week with their guest. Douglas Johnson is … Continue reading » …

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No Summer Slow Down for National Writing Project

Thursday, August 17, 2017 Type: Press Release While students were enjoying their break, over 3,000 teachers were using the summer months to improve their craft. Through the National Writing Project, (NWP), teachers across the country worked face-to-face and in online communities to share and learn new ways to teach writing, engage colleagues, and enhance their leadership. …

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How to achieve Paul Auster’s literary genius? Start living uncomfortably

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How Charlottesville has exposed competing narratives in America’s cultural memory

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Hip-hop dance vs Donald Trump: how robot moves just got political

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American Horror Story: how the cult TV show hints at real-world nightmares

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Elvis tourism: selling ‘the King’ from Tupelo boy to Graceland icon

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NWP Radio—(Re)marking on equity and education with Marginal Syllabus

Monday, August 14, 2017 Type: Event The Marginal Syllabus was created during the 2016-17 school year to convene and sustain conversations with educators about issues of equity in teaching, learning, and education. The Marginal Syllabus embraces an intentional double entendre; we partner with authors whose writing may be considered marginal—or contrary to—dominant education norms, and our online conversations with authors occur in the margins of their texts using web annotation. A collaborative and emergent attempt to create a new sociotechnical genre of educator professional development, the Marginal Syllabus leverages the web annotation platform Hypothesis, adding multiple voices to critical conversations about equity and education. Join us to hear from Marginal Syllabus organizers, including educators from Colorado working in the Aurora Public School District, about what we learned during this first year of annotation and learning in the margins. We will also discuss plans for a collaborative syllabus with the NWP for the 2017-18 school year. …

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Demise of Count Arthur Strong signals the end of the family sitcom

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How Elvis permanently changed American pop culture

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Champion or copycat? Elvis Presley’s ambiguous relationship with black America

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Welsh language media could hold the solution to Wales’s democratic deficit

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Public vs private art collections: who controls our cultural heritage?

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Has ‘This Girl Can’ really made a difference to women in sport

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This Girl Can has really made a difference to women in sport

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Brainstormbrewery #251: Statue of Limitations

This week, we learn which cast member uses lost and found and which cast member invokes “finders keepers”.    The standard recap covers a moving meta as decks adapt after the pro tour.   DJ gives highlights from working the GP, and the cast gives advice for selling a large collection at an event. Listener emails discusses … Continue reading » …

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Glen Campbell combined rural grit and urban sheen to straddle American music like a Rhinestone Cowboy

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