The Precarious editorial team is in the process of reinvesting in our vision, strengths and possibilities of making this project creative and engaging. In order to do this, we are taking a hiatus to reflect on our work, to think through what news and documentary are, how they might be made more interesting, and how we can involve a broader array of people in our process. Read More about On hiatus
For television geeks such as me, one of the great injustices of the past decade was the cancellation of Arrested Development. When Fox unceremoniously pulled the show after only three seasons, it took with it six separate Emmys, a Golden Globe, a small but feverish following and one of TV’s most memorably dysfunctional families. Read More about Arrested Development and growing up on the tube
Fragments from the Streets is our weekly roundup of actions, protest and other news of liberation. Here is some recent news you may have missed: Free bird Read More about Fragments from the streets: May 30
In Chicago, left movements engaged in another mass mobilization this past weekend—another clash between cops and protestors—another group of indignant liberals chanting shame at police—another group of police planting infiltrators to frame protestors as terrorists. Read More about Protest: What’s the point?