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The Infamous Ratsos: Brothers Louie and Ralphie try to prove they can be tough but accidentally end up doing good deeds
Fences: In 1950s Pittsburgh, Troy Maxson is bitter that baseball's color barrier was broken after his own heyday
The Stars are Fire: In 1940s Maine, a woman protects her kids while her husband fights the largest fire in state history
A Dog's Purpose: The tale of a dog who finds the meaning of his existence via the lives of the humans he teaches to love
Simulacra: A fresh poetic voice, Airea Matthews explores the topic of desire with insight and intense emotion
Smallworld: A civilization game in which players vie for control of a board that is too small to accommodate them all
Urban American Indians: reclaiming native space: Fresh perspective and analysis of space, community and cultural endurance
Lords of Waterdeep: This immersive game casts players as Lords of Waterdeep who hire adventurers to complete quests
Women's Bands in America: performing music and gender: Explores women's bands across the three centuries in US history.
Pride: celebrating diversity & community: Book for young readers examines why LGBTQ people celebrate on Pride Day
Men Without Women: Stories: Haruki Murakami observes the lives of men who, in their own ways, find themselves alone
Steppenwolf: Harry Haller is a sad and lonely figure, but his life changes when he meets a carefree and elusive woman
I am not your Negro: This documentary follows the lives of iconic Civil Rights leaders and their continuing legacies