Two very different foreign films focus on the advertising industry. They intersect at the idea that advertising feeds upon our innate desire for happiness.
The "Climate of Uncertainty" exhibit, explorong the negative impact humans are having on the environment, continued at the DePaul Art Museum with an event called "Coal Country and Beyond."
Al Gore tries to expand his public role to issues that relate to but go beyond climate change.
Wranglers that worked with the animals had complained about the conditions, but their criticisms with the farm were reportedly ignored.
Kentucky covers corporate greed, union busting, environmental abuse, and the bonds of workers and family - and those are just the main themes.
"It is shocking to me that one could be seriously interested in black metal and not be deeply committed to radical ecology," says Wolves in the Throne Room's Aaron Weaver.
Today, new and aggressive underground genres are re-connecting with environmental activism, and metal - and its most abrasive subgenres - is no exception.