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His carbon footprint is smaller than his actual footprint.
  • His carbon footprint is smaller than his actual footprint.
Tuesday at 9 PM, the Hungry Brain at 2316 W. Belmont partners with the offbeat programming outfit Homeroom and the Japanese American Service Committee to present "Godzilla 101: Birth of an Atomic Monster." Larry Mayo, professor of anthropology at DePaul University, discusses the cultural roots of the giant lizard, which became a metaphor for the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and a repository for Japan's nuclear dread. Guests, a slide presentation, film clips, and live music complete the program.

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