Whatever you expect from “Robert Pattinson in space sci-fi,” High Life isn’t it

The trailer for Claire Denis’ High Life For space-cinema fans, Spring 2019 has long had two big releases on the schedule unrelated to that big Apollo anniversary. The Brad Pitt-led, James Gray (Lost City of Z)-directed Ad Astra continues to target May, and the Robert Pattinson-starring, Claire Denis-made High Life arrives this week. Before even so much as […]


For the Gamechanger charity, comforting sick kids with games isn’t child’s play

Gamechanger Taylor Carol was diagnosed with Philadelphia Chromosome-Positive Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia, commonly shortened to ALL Leukemia, in May of 2006. He wasn’t expected to survive. What followed was five years in and out of hospitals. Taylor’s longest stay, a full year at Seattle Children’s Hospital, was mostly spent in an isolation unit. His life was […]


MIT science photographer isn’t an artist, but her work could fill galleries

Felice Frankel is an educator, photographer, and research scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Her passion for science started at a young age, eventually merging with her photographic experience and eye for design in a unique career as a science photographer. Since 1992, she has helped scientists better communicate their research and ideas through […]