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Documentary at Film Streams explores history of mental illness in iconic American family

Experts say mental illness affects millions of lives each year and yet it often goes ignored and untreated. There's no national mental health campaign urging people to be screened or to seek help. Accessing needed care can be hard due to a provider shortage. On top of that, many folks avoid psychiatric care because of the stigma attached to mental illness.

A 2013 documentary from Oscar-winning filmmaker Barbara...

Photographer Janette Beckman keeps it real

Photographer Janette Beckman made a name for herself in the 1970s and 1980s capturing the punk scene in her native London and the hip-hop scene in her adopted New York City. 

Dubbed "the queen of rock photographers," her images appeared in culture and style magazines here and abroad and adorned album covers for bands as diverse as Salt-N-Pepa and The Police. Weaned on Motown and R & B, this "music lover" was...

U2’s Great (boring) Album Giveaway

Did you follow the Apple announcement last week?

Needless to say, I’ll be replacing my broken-screened iPhone 5 with an ultra-slim 6 some time in the next two weeks. And how about the Apple Watch! Gotta have one of those, right? Starting at $349, maybe not. I’m waiting to hear the first Apple Watch joke, something along the lines of “It works like the iPhone; if you’re on AT&T, it drops a few minutes out of every...

GMO Supporters Spread Manure

Pig sh*t is generally considered to be one of the best natural fertilizers known. Bullsh*t not so much. But bull is what pro-GMO lackeys enjoy spreading.

The pro-GMO lobby has tripled its spending this year in an effort to convince consumers that it’s okay to keep genetically engineered ingredients secret in the foods we eat. It is estimated that 90 percent of all processed food in American supermarkets contain...

Filmmaker explores a Latina whose story defies all conventions

Award-winning filmmaker Maria Agui Carter has much to say about her new film Rebel, the story of a Latina who posed as a man to fight and spy in the American Civil War. Agui Carter will discuss the film, which recently aired as a PBS special, and its protagonist, Cuban immigrant Loreta Velazquez, following a 7 p.m. screening on September 25 at El Museo Latino, 4701 South 25th Street. 

An immigrant herself, Agui...

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