Published: November 27, 2011
Arts Express: 'Sarah Palin' Occupies Wall Street
By Prairie Miller
**Sarah Palin Occupies Wall Street. Sarah alias Dorothy Bishop gets into coming clean at Zuccotti Park, and mopping up the Movement.
**Short Attention Span Cinema: Newsreel Reports From Occupy Wall Street. A filmmaker's strategy for capturing and chronicling history in progress.
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**J. Edgar The Movie. Clint Eastwood does not make my day. As he deletes essential history of state terrorism from this Hoover biopic, spinning J. Edgar's sinister side. And either skirting literally his top secret sexuality, or else dismissing lingering claims as perhaps nothing more maternally speaking, than a Norman Bates moment.
**Keeping Wall Street Occupied: Best Of The Net Hotspot Instructions For Mailing The Revolution.
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Prairie Miller is a NY multimedia journalist online, in print and on radio, and on WBAI/Pacifica National Radio Network's Arts Express. Read more reviews by Prairie Miller. Contact her through NewsBlaze.
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