Martin Scorsese on “content,” the films of Federico Fellini, and the art of cinema.
“Tell me how the story ends.”
In Minneapolis, a radical experiment in life without the police.
“I prepared for a fight. I knew that my medical chart, which lists my bipolar diagnosis, was readily available to every nurse and doctor who interacted with me. So, in addition to the routine threat of being labeled a stereotypical angry black woman, I worried that I would be dismissed as a “crazy” person. But I told myself I would rather be seen as belligerent than be dead.”
Lawyer Anwar al-Bunni is on an ongoing hunt for Syrian war criminals exiled in Europe ‘to send Assad’s regime a message: “Justice is coming.”‘
“The land is owned by a trust, which keeps it out of speculators’ hands, but residences and other structures can be privately owned and inherited, allowing community members to build wealth.” Modern Community Land Trusts started as civil-rights-era experiment in Georgia, and are key to a progressive housing and economic platform.
A letter from Disaster City.
Searching for paradise in Ethiopia’s rock churches
Agnostic feminist liberal Lauren Groff attends Prepper Camp in Asheville, NC, and discovers that she’s not so different from her prepper brethren.