The Everyday Futures Fest is a "STEAM-centered series of events and cultural programming in Philadelphia, committed to fostering new ideas, facilitating open and respectful dialogue, and exchanging skills and resources between individuals, organizations, and institutions."
Karel Zeman made a series of of special effects movies in the 1950s, all odd. He was the Irwin Allen of Czechoslovakia. "Invention for Destruction" is visually fascinating, if only for the care that went into every detail. It's tempting to wonder what he could have done with better source material.
Alvin and the Chipmunks, "The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don't Be Late)"
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Oh, it brings back such memories, doesn't it? Of black-and-white tv, then having full color but only a blurry third- or fourth-generation YouTube video to look at. What happened to all the old Chipmunk video? Why are left with all the newer terrible stuff? Well, the song is the important thing. We all still want that hoola hoop.