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How Much Do You Owe? And Where Do We Go From Here?

Consumer debt has skyrocketed. More and more Americans have debts that they have scant ability to pay and little of no access to legal or government protection against insane interest rates or predatory lenders. At the same time we have … Continue reading

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How Much Do You Owe? And How Did This Happen?

Consumer debt in America is at chart-busting levels. In some cases we are even surpassing the debt statistics from the 2008 recession.
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How Much Do You Owe? Americans in Debt

Household debt in the U.S. has risen to $13.67 trillion, the highest level it has been at since the recession in 2009.
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Virtual MOMA: Design, circa 1950

The Value of Good Design exhibit Continue reading

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From Farm to Factory: Montclair Film Festival 2019 Documentaries

Reviews of The Biggest Little Farm, American Factory and Los Reyes Continue reading

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From Harlem to Pahokee: Montclair Film Festival 2019 Documentaries

Reviews of The Apollo, Pahokee and Mike Wallace is Here Continue reading

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Liberty State Park: It’s Good to Have Friends

Saving the “people’s park” from commercial development Continue reading

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(Nearly) Live at SXSW: The system is broken. Why?

Special interests? A dysfunctional two-party system? Voter suppression? Continue reading

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They Used to Show Double Features

The state of the movie theater in America. Continue reading

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Car Trouble and Other Family Problems

Robert Rorke’s novel set in a working class Irish neighborhood in Brooklyn in the 1960’s Continue reading

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