Star Trek, Finders Keepers & The Fall
Jul25

Star Trek, Finders Keepers & The Fall

This week’s picks include Agent Scully as you’ve never seen her before, one of the best literary sequels I’ve read in years, and a return to the ultimate sci-fi universe.

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American Gods, Movie Magic, and Stark Revenge
Jun20

American Gods, Movie Magic, and Stark Revenge

This week’s CWIC PICKS (Clay’s Week In Culture) involve gods, magicians, and one the most epic medieval battle to ever appear on screen.

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The Conjuring, John Oliver & Gordie Howe
Jun13

The Conjuring, John Oliver & Gordie Howe

This week’s CWIC PICKS (Clay’s Week In Culture) involve demons, zombie economics, and one of the finest Canadians of the past century.

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The Return of The X-Files
Jan25

The Return of The X-Files

After 14 years off air, The X-Files has returned to television with a 6-episode glimpse at where Mulder and Scully are. And don’t worry – the Truth is still out there. The new season (can we call it a season?) features two mythology episodes as bookends – last night’s “My Struggle” and episode 6, “My Struggle II” – both written by showrunner Chris Carter. The four in between are standalone episodes and, according to critics who have...

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Leaders Say I’m Sorry: HBO’s True Detective Season 2 and DC Comics’ Pakistanian
Jan07

Leaders Say I’m Sorry: HBO’s True Detective Season 2 and DC Comics’ Pakistanian

HBO’s President of Programming recently apologized for the failed second season of True Detective, In contrast, DC Comics editorial team have refused to acknowledge mistakenly identifying the language of Pakistan as “Pakistanian”. Comparing these two responses gives us valuable leadership insight.

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Moral Storytelling in The Big Short and Making a Murderer
Jan05

Moral Storytelling in The Big Short and Making a Murderer

America loves a good hero, but new stories, like The Big Short and Making a Murderer, have made it to screen that focus on systematic failure rather than personal victory. Find out how they frame the moral dilemma differently.

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