On film comedy’s silent beginnings.
Saturday, June 8
Friday, June 7
On “Night Stalker” Richard Ramirez,who terrorized Los Angeles and San Francisco through a string of over 30 home invasion murders starting in 1984 and ending when he was recognized and apprehended by an angry mob.
On Ephemerisle, a “floating festival of radical self-reliance,” and other attempts at creating an island utopia.
Thursday, June 6
Montaous Walton couldn’t throw, catch or hit. But he wanted to be a ballplayer. And with the help of the internet, the media, and an ambitious young agent, that’s what he briefly became.
Their religion prohibits lawsuits. The energy companies know it.
Twenty-six years after he was wrongfully imprisoned for the murder of his wife, Michael Morton sees the real killer brought to justice in a Texas courthouse.
Wednesday, June 5
The Yale professor suspected of murdering his student.