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Frack You!

Written by City Arts on . Posted in Arts & Film, Film

‘FRACKNATION’ DEBATES THE GREENSHIRTS—AND WINS By Gregory Solman In Fracknation, Irish investigative journalist Phelim McAleer finds a combustible metaphor for the contrived controversy of hydraulic fracturing in the footage of the Sautner family hustlers of Pennsylvania. McAleer couldn’t politely interview the couple without Craig threatening a lawsuit (apparently emboldened by the radical National Resources Defense [&hellip
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New Yorkers Feel What It’s Like to be President in Washington Square Park

Written by NYPress on . Posted in News Our Town Downtown, Our Town Downtown

Photo by Pete Souza, courtesy of Wikimedia Commons By Paul Bisceglio   “What would be your first action as president?” That’s one of several questions that Lori Korchek and Mike Bade asked people seated at the 540-pound replica of President Obama’s Oval Office desk that they brought into Washington Square Park on Sunday and Monday. The park was a stop on their tour [&hellip
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