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The Reel Scoop: Lady Bird

by Patrick Brandolini

When you can see a movie that reminds you of something you’ve forgotten, it earns a special kind of appreciation from the audience. A period piece about the hazy days of American counterculture in the 1960s may remind someone of their spirit of rebellion lost to old age, seeing a character gleefully unwrapping a brand spanking new flip phone in a fit of excitement can bring back a memory from a time that seems to be feel longer and longer away each year.

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What is Operation Green?

by Isabella Nace-Wellbrink

In this next installment of the “What is” series, FSJ writer Isabella explores the Operation Green club. It’s time to Go Green!

Have you ever wondered how your everyday routine could be affecting the world around you? Do you have an interest in making the world a cleaner, healthier place? Then, maybe it’s time for you to join Operation Green!

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Wasteland Records: “Woman Town”

by Josh Templin

Wasteland Records uncovers obscure records from the darkest recesses of the Internet.

A little over ten years ago, U.S. Senator Ted Stevens made an infamous gaffe when he called the Internet a “series of tubes.” It was both very funny and very horrifying that Stevens, then 86 years old, was a member of the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, and yet seemed to have no grasp on the very Internet he was charged with regulating.

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People of RACC: The Course of Life

by Zac Godwin

Professor John Fidler brings gravitas and a breadth of experience to his work as a teacher.

Professor John Fidler has written in nearly every format and genre over his decades of experience. He’s worked all over the area, including major cities like New York and Boston. Today, he’s back home in Reading, where he’s discovered his latest passion: teaching.