Was a baby when Noriega was toppled, she says. Family was always very involved in the anti dictatorship movement. So I grew up with a sense of giving back and having to do something proactive. “The 1956 German poster for Godzilla is dominated by this fiery urban conflagration, which must have been visually powerful for audiences in a nation that had been recently subjected to firebombing,” he said. Pflugfelder, who was visiting Japan at the time of the 2011 meltdown at the Fukushima Dai ichi nuclear power plant, triggered by an earthquake and tsunami, is not surprised that Godzilla, a monster born in the 1950s out of fears of a nuclear disaster, endures as a powerful symbol today. Yet he notes that successive remakes have reflected different cultural anxieties depending on the period, from concerns about rampant capitalism and commercialism during the economically prosperous 1960s, to the growing awareness of pollution and environmental degradation in the 1970s, as seen in the 1971 Godzilla vs.
It was an emotional day in court for Ronald Repak’s family after learning Repak will spend three and a half years behind bars for federal bribery and extortion. One of his older relatives had to be taken out of the court by ambulance. His family was hoping for probation and no time behind bars.
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Daniel Cantrell, as White Crow, tells listeners about the many types of arrowheads and knives used by Osage Indians in the 1800s, and of traditions and ceremonies, dispelling some myths commonly held about local Native Americans. Cantrell, a 1978 graduate of Harrisonville High School, often gives presentations to schools as well, about Native American culture. He is also a renowned flint knapper, and crafted many of the arrowheads, spearheads and knives in his collection..