“…[W]e are sliding toward an illiberal democracy, the kind on the rise in Venezuela, Russia, Turkey, Poland and Hungary.”
Score a big plus in terms of originality for writer/director Ted Geoghegan’s Mohawk, which could be described as a murky stew made from the works of James Fenimore Cooper and Stephen King.
Once upon a time, local boy Bass was a hell-raiser, of that upper echelon caliber of the spit-in-your-eye and shout-you-down kind.
Local artist and activist troubled by "government 'by corporations, for profit'"
Searching for answers to an American problem in Appalachia
Toure, whose families have been part of the Low Country of Georgia and South Carolina since 1814, establishing family compounds since the late 1800s, presents The Spirits of Day Clean, celebrating …