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nancydbrown.comPlanet Ocean Movie ReviewSeven billion human beings live on this planet today. Yet for all of our vast collective knowledge, the ocean remains a largely uncharted territory. We rely on it for food, transportation, and minerals, but do we really understand it? From the formation of earth’s ocean to future preservation, Planet Ocean, from Universal Studios Home Entertainment, aims1
dailykos.comSix-term Rep. Doug Lamborn thrown off GOP primary ballot by Colorado Supreme CourtOn Monday, the Colorado Supreme Court ejected six-term Rep. Doug Lamborn from June’s GOP primary ballot for the very red 5th Congressional District. The court ruled that Lamborn's campaign had hired a circulator to collect petitions who did not meet...
spin.comJanelle Monáe Announces North American TourWith five days to go until the release of her latest album Dirty Computer, Janelle Monáe has announced an extensive North American tour. Soul-funk vocal duo St. Beauty, who are part of Monáe's Wonderland Records artistic collective, will join her as the supporting act. Along with today's tour news, Monáe has released an eye-catching new video for the album's fourth and final advance single "I Like That." Watch it and review the dates of the upcoming tour below. Dirty Computer is out this Friday, April 27; tickets for most of the newly announced tour dates are on sale next Wednesday, May 2. Janelle Monáe 2018 North American tour dates June 11 — Seattle, WA @ King County’s Marymoor Park June 12 — Vancouver, BC @ Queen Elizabeth Theatre June 13 — Portland, OR @ McMenamins Edgefield Amphitheater June 16 — San Francisco, CA @ The Masonic June 20 — San Diego, CA @ Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre at SDSU June 26 — Phoenix, AZ @ Comerica Theater June 28 — Los Angeles, CA @ The Greek
jezebel.comSofia Coppola: Paramount Thought The Virgin Suicides Would Cause Real SuicidesIn the year 2000—a full 18-year-old adult ago—Sofia Coppola released The Virgin Suicides, her cinematic interpretation of the 1993 Jeffrey Eugenides novel. The film will be her first to be canonized in The Criterion Collection, where it’ll be re-released on April 24, with a 4K digital transfer “supervised by” cinematographer Ed Lachman, interviews with the cast and crew, and a behind-the-scenes doc filmed by Coppola’s mother—a bunch of cool shit.
fastcompany.comDJI doesn’t harvest drone users’ data without their consent, per independent studyChinese drone giant DJI doesn’t collect, transmit, or store users’ data without their consent, despite rumors to the contrary, according to an independent study released today. DJI is touting the study, done by San Francisco’s Kivu Consulting, which concluded that users of the company’s drones maintain full control over how data like photos, videos, or … Continue reading “DJI doesn’t harvest drone users’ data without their consent, per independent study”
artforum.comRonald Noorman (1951–2018)Ronald Noorman, a Danish artist known for humble but commanding drawings that lingered between the abstract and figurative, died last month at the age of sixty-six. Born in 1951 in Hilversum, the Netherlands, Noorman studied painting at the Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam before becoming a draftsman. Noorman exhibited widely and his drawings, mostly small and untitled, are in collections across the Netherlands, including the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam and the Teylers Museum in Haarlem.While recognizable things recurred in his earlier works of the 1980s—tourniquets and bones, for example—he