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‘Cash Me Outside’ Remix’s DJ Suede Talks Viral Hitmaking

‘Cash Me Outside’ Remix’s DJ Suede Talks Viral Hitmaking

Last Friday, one of the year’s biggest memes crossed over from viral sensation to chart success. Danielle Bregoli has been Internet-famous for months after the rebellious 13-year-old appeared on Dr. Phil to trash talk the “hos” in the audience, threating them with the now-ubiquitous catchphrase “Cash me outside, how bow dah?”

In January, Atlanta producer DJ Suede

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Dave Bruzza Of Greensky Bluegrass Joins Railroad Earth At WinterWonderGrass

Dave Bruzza Of Greensky Bluegrass Joins Railroad Earth At WinterWonderGrass

Guitarist Dave Bruzza of Greensky Bluegrass sat-in with Railroad Earth last night at WinterWonderGrass in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Andy Kahn #Jambase #MusicNews #IndieBrew
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Harris County joins vanguard of marijuana policy – Houston Chronicle


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It's one of the "more extensive pretrial marijuana diversion programs in the nation," said Miriam Krinsky, a board member of Harvard Law School's Fair Punishment Project. "This is the first of many steps by prosecutors … to advance thoughtful, smart

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Green-roofed house for a pilot looks like a temporarily grounded aircraft

This beautiful home for a young pilot and his family looks like an aircraft that has landed in a town near an airport in South Korea. The Flying House, designed by IROJE KHM Architects, draws inspiration from traditional Korean architecture and creates a delicate balance between the sky and the land.

The architects combined the elements of yard, garden and rumaru, a traditional courtyard with a canopy, and created a space which connects the ground to the roof surface. The resulting sloped…

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Trump administration causing nervous ripple through pot industry – CBS News

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Pediatricians warn against pot use: Not your dad’s marijuana – Fox News


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CHICAGO – An influential doctors group is beefing up warnings about marijuana's potential harms for teens amid increasingly lax laws and attitudes on pot use. Many parents use the drug and think it's OK for their kids, but "we would rather not mess
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Fifty Years After Titicut Follies, Frederick Wiseman Collects an Oscar

The big news from the Oscars last night was the snafu at the evening’s end, when the presenters accidentally announced the wrong winner for Best Picture. But the night before that, at the Saturday ceremony where they handed out honorary Oscars, another moment worth noting slipped by: An Oscar statuette went to the man who directed the only movie in U.S. history to be banned for reasons other than obscenity or national security. The filmmaker in question was Frederick Wiseman, and the film that was banned is Titicut Follies, a 1967 documentary about an asylum for the criminally insane. The state of Massachusetts attempted to suppress the picture on the grounds that by exposing the inmates’ miserable conditions, Wiseman was violating the prisoners’ privacy.

Many of Wiseman’s best-known pictures look at life in intensely bureaucratic or hierarchical institutions—besides Titicut Follies, there’s High School, Hospital, Basic Training, Juvenile Court, and Welfare, among others—but he has also covered topics ranging from a small town in Maine to a department store. I interviewed him for Reason when Titicut turned 40, and we discussed both his free speech case and the career it kicked off. Here’s an excerpt:

Reason: There’s a recent trend toward documentaries in which the filmmaker makes himself a part of the action. Obviously that’s very different from your style. Sicko and Hospital are both about American health care, but their approaches are just poles apart.

Wiseman: Well, I haven’t seen Sicko, but generally speaking I’m not a fan of Michael Moore’s.

Reason: How come?

Wiseman: I think he’s an entertainer. I don’t think he’s interested in complexity.

I’m not against the filmmaker appearing in a film. I think some of the greatest documentaries I’ve ever seen have been made by a filmmaker who’s present in the film. I don’t know if you’ve seen any movies by Marcel Ophuls—The Sorrow and the Pity or Hotel Terminus. Ophuls is a great filmmaker because he’s a great interviewer and he has a very sharp and analytical mind. In the case of Michael Moore, I don’t see any particular filmmaking skills, and I think his point of view is extremely simplistic and self-serving.

One of my goals is always to deal with the ambiguity and complexity that I find in any subject. Even the simplest human act can be subject to multiple interpretations or have multiple causes. In Titicut Follies, for example, there are scenes where you see a guard or a doctor or a social worker being cruel to an inmate. But there are other situations where they’re being kind. Some of them are both kind and cruel, if not simultaneously then serially.

Reason: You’ve said Titicut Follies is more didactic than your later films. Are there sequences you wish you had done differently?

Wiseman: Yeah. The best example is the forced feeding. I show too heavy an editorial hand in that sequence. Instead of intercutting it with the guy being made up for his funeral, it would have been better if I’d shown the forced feeding as a separate sequence, and then had some intervening sequences, and then shown him being made up for his burial later and cutting it in such a way that you recognize that it’s the same person.

I think the way I did it forces the issue of whether the guy is treated better in death than in life. Whereas if I did it the way I just described, the viewer could have come to that conclusion instead of having it forced on him.

To read the whole interview, go here. If you just want to see the wrong movie get called for Best Picture, go here. (But really, doesn’t the wrong movie almost always win Best Picture? This time they were just a bit more upfront about it.)

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50% of Earth’s species face extinction by 2100

Earth’s species are in trouble, and now biologists, economists, and ecologists have gathered at the Vatican for the Biological Extinction conference to discuss what actions humanity can take to preserve Earth’s biosphere. These researchers say one in five species are currently threatened with extinction, but that statistic could skyrocket to 50 percent of all species on Earth by 2100 if we do nothing.

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Don’t blame Flynn leaks on Obama admin – Ex-CIA chief Brennan

Preview Former CIA Director John Brennan has denied he is the source of intelligence leaks about the Trump administration, and stressed the importance of a bipartisan investigation into reports of Trump’s ties to Russia.

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Harriet Tubman’s ‘Blacktal Fractal’ Lets Freedom Ring

The trio joins up with trumpeter Wadada Leo Smith for a jazz-rock track that reverberates with moments of victory.

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