"Like many theater owners, Hurley sees a very real possibility that nearly 20% of all theaters in North America will disappear because they can't afford digital projection -- but what he doesn't see is anyone talking about it. He wrote Indiewire recently and asked if we could help and we're hoping that this editorial will be a start.
We also want to know what you think. In a VOD world, does it matter if we lose up to 1,000 theaters? And if it does matter, we're in also in a Kickstarter world -- so what could be done to change it? -- Indiewire Editors"
Briony Penn's 100-mile house in Salt Spring Island, British Columbia The rise of the locavore movement introduced millions of people to the 100-mile diet, which involves eating only food produced within one's own region.
One of my favorite Kickstarter projects to date. Especially after Gary and I visited the Hi-line Park in NYC in 2010. We plan to transform an abandoned New York City trolley terminal into a vibrant community green space using new solar technology.
Mark Baker, a small farm operator in northern Michigan, explains his fight with the Michigan DNR regarding a new ruling outlawing pigs that display "certain features" as being feral. His farm raises, among other things, Mangalitsa and Mangalitsa Hybrids for the specialty foods market. This ruling could ruin his business. He intends to sue the DNR. Mark talks about the Michigan DNR's declatory ruling calling heritage hogs an invasive species and the impact on small scale hog producers.
“If General Motors, Ford and Chrysler get the bailout that their chief executives asked for yesterday, you can kiss the American automotive industry goodbye,” said Mitt Romney in his 2008 op-ed for the New York Times that was entitled “Let Detroit...
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The Future Corporation will remain competitive in the global marketplace by creating vibrant new markets serving $2 a day customers at scale. Three years ago, General Motors, the biggest, most powerful corporation in the world,was brought to its knees by failing to react quickly and effectively to competition from Japanese imports, which were smaller, more fuel efficient, and cheaper.
Hailed since ancient times for its medicinal properties, we still have a lot to learn about the effects of rosemary. Now researchers writing in Therapeutic Advances in Psychopharmacology, published by SAGE, have shown for ...
Comfort trumps cuisine at the regular hang. Who cares if the beer hails from Colorado and the beef from Florida, the tomatoes from Mexico and the cheese from a chemical plant? Price point is paramount.
After a long hot summer flowers and fruit trees flourish at Varsity Lakes Community Garden. A bee inhabits a whimsical corner of one vegetable patch where okra abounds beside pink daisies. Bananas, cassava, tamarillo ...
Things are easier said than done, or so the old adage goes, and we couldn't agree more. That's why we do The GOOD 30-Day Challenge (#30DaysofGOOD), a monthly attempt to live better. Our challenge for February?
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