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PopTalk: Breaking Down the Dollars and Cents of Crowdfunding

Crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo offer both indie and major filmmakers an array of opportunities to see their visions realized. But does it come with strings attached?

Evan Sawdey and Brice Ezell
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Crowdfunding and Me

When it comes to crowdfunding, there's no easy way to talk about the money.

Visual Arts

Kafka on Kickstarter: Crowdsourcing, Capitalism and Art

From the Kickstarter-fuelled resurrection of Veronica Mars to Amanda Palmer's 'art of asking', the influence of crowdsourcing is impossible to ignore. Can it provide a new perspective on the relationship between art and money?

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The Year in TV: July 2010

Continuing out look at the year’s most notable television events, here’s what happened in July 2010.

Television

The Ten Best Holiday Episodes

A countdown of the 10 best holiday themed TV episodes

Television

Teenage Circus: Teenagers on TV

The teenagers of television are a limited breed at the best of times, usually pigeonholed to fit into the storylines of their parents or significant others. Where are the complex representations that the majority of writers can achieve with their adult characters?

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Nancy Drew: The White Wolf of Icicle Creek

Solving a mystery is fun, but doing chores is not.

Darwin Hang
Television

Veronica Mars

An uneven season of Veronica Mars only means that maybe a third of the episodes were terrific, and the rest were merely enjoyable, clever, and stylish.

Jesse Hassenger
Television

Veronica Mars

The final scenes of Veronica Mars offered no sense of closure. Rather, we were left with the sense we'd been denied a genuinely thrilling fourth season.

Roger Holland
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Veronica Mars

"It's time for a fresh start," she muses while making her way across the Hearst College campus. "How 'bout you try not to piss anyone off this time around?"

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Veronica Mars

Even as Veronica observes that 'all appears hunky-dory' now, she's not about to believe such nonsense.

Cynthia Fuchs
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Veronica Mars

With the end of the Lily Kane murder case, Veronica Mars is flirting with that television taboo: changing the status quo.

Jesse Hassenger
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Veronica Mars

You don't want to make Veronica Mars (Kristen Bell) angry. Her revenge is swift, public, and humiliating.

Michael Abernethy
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