What's Wrong With Education Today? It's Missing the Monsters

What's Wrong With Education Today? It's Missing the Monsters

By Catherine Ramsdell

College should include courses on zombie apocalypses. Monsters in the Classroom: Essays on Teaching What Scares Us explains why. 20 Jul 2017 // 10:30 AM

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//Recent Reviews
John Holt: I Cant Get You Off My Mind

If you haven't yet checked out this collection of Holt's Studio One, pre-Volt highlights and you have even a passing interest in reggae, read on.

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25 Jan 2007 // 9:00 PM

Nickel Creek: Reasons Why

Tasty tracks from three spectacular newgrass albums, plus videos and live music.

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25 Jan 2007 // 9:00 PM

Welcome to Durham (2006)

This is both a love letter and a plea to the citizens of Durham, North Carolina.

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25 Jan 2007 // 9:00 PM

Kebab Connection (2005)

Kebab Connection takes a refreshingly low-key approach to the questions of difference, and underlying issues of prejudice and discrimination, that drive its narrative.

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25 Jan 2007 // 9:00 PM

New Rally-X

New Rally-X continues Namco's self-cribbing of the collect-junk-in-a-maze template.

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Justin Rutledge: The Devil on a Bench in Stanley Park

With help from some of the finer Canadian roots rock/alt. country artists behind him (members of Blue Rodeo and Oh Susanna), Justin Rutledge seems

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25 Jan 2007 // 9:00 PM

Eric Bibb: Diamond Days

Bibb redefines the blues by weaving stories from life’s experience and putting a positive spin on them.

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Extras

Andy returns to the people who admire him unconditionally -- just because he's on TV. There's sadness in his smile as he hoists a pint with the madding crowd.

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DJ Jazzy Jeff: Hip Hop Forever, Vol. 3

One of hip-hop's favorite deejays mixes a winner.

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French Toast: Ingleside Terrace

Between the two of them, French Toast founders Jerry Busher and James Canty have been in a half dozen highly regarded DC post punk bands,

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//Mixed media
//Blogs

The Bubblegum Noir of ‘2064: Read Only Memories’

// Moving Pixels

"Read Only Memories is a bubblegum-happy, brooding and brutal noir about kidnapping, murder, corruption, revenge, and corporate conspiracies.

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