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David Dingwall Stuffs His Leopard-Skin Shorts and Shoots for the Starsnew

After a lifetime of starts and stalls, after all his preparation for a comeback, it's ironic that it's the brilliant comedy video White Boy that could transform this old-school Catskills crooner into a 21st century Internet star.
Philadelphia Weekly  |  Tara Murtha  |  09-21-2009  |  Performance

'The Bourne Ultimatum': Dirty Secretsnew

It is gratifying that the zenith of a summer movie season otherwise headlined by shape-shifting robots and an aging '80s action icon comes in the form of throwback to the espionage thrillers of the 1970s updated as compelling, exhilarating zeitgeist.
INDY Week  |  Neil Morris  |  08-05-2007  |  Reviews

Matters of Life and Deathnew

Ten years after identifying his brother as the Unabomber, David Kaczynski talks about what the experience cost him, and what it taught him about the criminal-justice system.
Metroland  |  Rick Marshall  |  01-27-2006  |  Crime & Justice

Family Tiesnew

Ex-members of a cult that once advocated sex between adults and children want the group's leaders exposed and punished.
Houston Press  |  Craig Malisow  |  11-22-2005  |  Religion

Eloquent Crusadernew

George Clooney's Good Night, and Good Luck is caustic and captivating.
Boston Phoenix  |  Peter Keough  |  10-11-2005  |  Reviews

Talking the Talknew

Anthony DeCurtis has had A-list access for decades as an editor at Rolling Stone, but this book gets as much juice from his gently thoughtful manner of questioning as from his connections with celebrity.
Boston Phoenix  |  Ted Drozdowski  |  08-04-2005  |  Nonfiction

Rock's Minimalist Master: The Expansive Influence of Brian Enonew

From his first conceptual recording in 1965 -- the slowed-down sound of a metal lamp stand being struck overdubbed with a friend reading a poem -- to his new Another Day on Earth, Brian Eno has had an amazing run as a composer, musician, producer, and sonic artist.
Boston Phoenix  |  Ted Drozdowski  |  07-12-2005  |  Profiles & Interviews

Legendary Parts: The Slint Legacy Becomes Realitynew

Slint has reunited for a tour. When they called it quits in 1991, that wasn’t headline news. Over the next dozen years, however, they would take on a legendary, almost sacred status.
Boston Phoenix  |  Matt Ashare  |  03-23-2005  |  Profiles & Interviews

After the Think Mannew

Russell is a filmmaker drawn more to chaos than to unity. His Heart is a head case.
Boston Phoenix  |  Peter Keough  |  10-08-2004  |  Reviews

David Mitchell Gets Off on his Cloudnew

With his third novel, David Mitchell moves up a notch in the British literary hierarchy of the hottest, past Louis de Bernières and Lawrence Norfolk, encroaching on Will Self and Martin Amis.
Boston Phoenix  |  Peter Keough  |  08-26-2004  |  Fiction

Newsroom Anarchynew

Will Ferrell's Anchorman needs more work behind the scenes.
Austin Chronicle  |  Kimberley Jones  |  07-08-2004  |  Reviews

When Whitey Goes to Prisonnew

Consultant David Novak pads the landing as white-collar crooks fall from grace.
Salt Lake City Weekly  |  Shane Johnson  |  07-01-2004  |  Crime & Justice

Like Father, Like Sonnew

Melvin Van Peebles' son Mario pays tribute to his father's groundbreaking blaxploitation film Sweet Sweetback's Baad Asssss Song, and also settles a few old Oedipal scores along the way.
Austin Chronicle  |  Marjorie Baumgarten  |  06-24-2004  |  Reviews

Duck, You Suckersnew

In this goofy and lowbrow Vince Vaughn/Ben Stiller comedy, the good guys are lovable losers and the bad guys have frosted feathered hair and unitards with inflatable codpieces.
Austin Chronicle  |  Marrit Ingman  |  06-17-2004  |  Reviews

Documentary Ponders Spin During Iraq Warnew

Some of the same criticisms leveled at both Al-Jazeera and Centcom's press spin can also be leveled at the documentary "Control Room."
Boston Phoenix  |  Peter Keough  |  06-10-2004  |  Reviews

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