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Through Dec. 8. Featuring the outstanding craftsmanship and skill of the Woodturners Association’s members, including lathe turned wood, wood...
Dec. 5-7, 7p; Dec. 7, 3p; Dec. 8, 5p. Steve Solomon is headed home to celebrate the holidays with his wildly dysfunctional family, but he’s...
Dec. 8, 2p. The Department of Fine Arts’ three jazz combos, led by Matt Taylor and Kevin Stout, and the Jazz Singers, directed by Dr. Mark...
The Yucca Mountain of Finland
by Andrew Kiraly | posted August 11, 2011
We're not the only place that has the crazy idea of burying highly radioactive nuclear waste underground for longer than human history. Finland's own Yucca Mountain is Onkalo, now under construction. A new documentary film, "Into Eternity," questions the wisdom of building this site slated to open in 2020.
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