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  • Inmate Stock-Picker Called ‘Oracle of San Quentin’

    Man serving 54-years-to-life for murder has uncanny ability with investing. A MarketWatch (Wall Street Journal) article about an inmate at California’s San Quentin prison bears similarities with lead character Andy Dufresne in the Stephen King novella, “Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption” and the hit movie the “The Shawshank Redemption.” The Wall Street Journal says 35-year-old Curtis Carroll, who is African American and

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  • Public Enemy: Flint, an adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s classic play: A remarkable artistic event

    Written, directed and produced by Purni Morell, based on An Enemy of the People by Henrik Ibsen A remarkable cultural event took place last week in the devastated city of Flint, Michigan, whose 100,000 inhabitants have been systematically poisoned with dangerous amounts of lead and other deadly contaminants. Actors from across the

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  • Short ‘For Flint’ takes different angle on water crisis

    From his home in Brooklyn, New York, Brian Schulz was watching coverage of the Flint water crisis on the news and couldn’t believe what he was seeing. So he did something about it. The documentary filmmaker came to Flint to see what was happening for himself. He decided to make

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