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Artsweek Talks Basketball: ‘Melo to the Nets? Bad Idea (For Now)

As of Jan. 11 at 3:43 p.m., Carmelo Anthony is still a Denver Nugget, and the team has publicly warned New Jersey against further public discussion of a proposed three-team, 16-player (you read that r...
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Album of the Year: Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty

Who could have guessed that the Outkast’s more gangsta half would put out the most revolutionary hip-hop album of the new decade?
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Kevin Love: You’re Awesome and Here’s Why

For the uninitiated, Kevin Love is one of the best players in the NBA. There, I said it. The former UCLA star has blown past racial and body-type expectations to drop the first 30-30 game since Moses ...
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Portugal. The Man Jams in the Hub

Portland-by-way-of-Alaska experimental rockers, Portugal. The Man, played to a half-full Hub on Monday, Nov. 1.
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Free Darko and Your Ass Will Follow (Not Really but it Sounds Cool)

How fittingly strange that the people to save the printed word should come from the internet.
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Nathaniel Friedman Part 2

Artsweek talks with Nathaniel Friedman about Free Darko.
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Nathaniel Friedman Interview Part 1

Artsweek talks to Nathaniel Friedman about Free Darko
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Portugal. The Man Interview

Artsweek talks to Zach Brothers and Ryan Neighbors of Portugal. The Man.
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Heat Check

Everyone who’s anyone knows about the Miami Heat. LeBron, his decision and the somewhat shady circumstances surrounding the formation of Miami Thrice (sign-and-trades to preempt a tampering investig...
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Sam Raimi’s “Drag Me to Hell

Sam Raimi’s first true horror movie since directing the “Spider Man” trilogy tells the story of an ambitious bank worker who gets cursed by an angry customer. Filled with the typical cheese and ...
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Dario Argento’s “Suspiria

An American exchange student at a ballet school in Italy encounters a coven of witches in Dario Argento’s “Suspiria.” While it isn’t necessarily scary, “Suspiria” is certainly one of the c...
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New Release: Paranormal Activity 2

Like “The Blair Witch Project” ten years before it, Paranormal Activity, a low-budget, independent horror film marketed under the guise of a documentary project, achieved the near-impossible last ...
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Sleigh Bells Jingle All the Way to SOhO

Sleigh Bells slid down SOhO’s chimney last Monday, Oct. 18 and delivered a 30 minute, 29 second sonic dance assault to the packed house.
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No Age Grows Up, Calms Down On “Everything in Between”

Some bands will forever remain inextricably linked to a time and place, for example: Joy Division and late-‘70s Manchester, Mac Dre and late-‘90s Northern California and The Strokes and early-2000...
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Major Lazer Speaks!

When I walk in to Diplo’s green room, he’s bent over a piece of printer paper, writing a rider on it with a silver Sharpie.
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