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Film Review: “Antonio Gaudi” Showcases the Work of the Great Architect

The biography, "Antonio Gaudi," ia a film that leisurely and artistically weaves its way down the path of the architect's life work.
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Sound-Soundstyle: Music Reviews

Lafleche | Montreal Mix Sessions Vol. 4 | Turbo I was originally going to use this space to review Sade’s latest release, Lovers Rock, but my inner cynic just couldn’t bring myself to writ...
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Film Review: Traffic

In his 10th film, director Steven Soderbergh ("Erin Brokovich," "Out of Sight") brings his gritty, unconventional style of filmmaking to examine the business, strident moralizing a...
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Sound-SOUNDSTYLE: Manson, Vandals, Xzibit, Rage and More

CD reviews and more CD reviews.
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Best of 2000: The Top Tens of Film, Music, and Culture

In order to determine the year's best in film, music, and culture, the Artsweek Editorial Board gathered together at the Bacara for their annual retreat. Enjoy...
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Role-Playing

Dark Rapture, The Latest From Sherwood Players, Gets Wicked
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Sleek Sophistication

Kem Weber's Bixby House Designs Showcase 1930's Architecture
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Achy-Breaky Heart

Some People Are Brittle, But Others Unbreakable
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What Women Want

True Love and True Hip Hop in Valedictions
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Sound-Soundstyle: CD Reviews

Wu-Tang, Linkin Park, Regina Carter, Jody Whitesides, The Color Red, Blue States
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Cut-and-Paste

If you envision sound as an auditory sculpture, then the members of Jassanova are its elite artisans. For those who still envision electronic music as nothing more than a soundtrack for 18-year-old gl...
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Que Bonita!

One of the hardest things in the world is capturing the essence of a person.
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Bring it On

With the current media saturation of election news, fallacies and tangents, I'm sure the last thing you want to read in Artsweek is Decision 2000 coverage. Well get over it, because there is an import...
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The Confusion of Love

I recommend Theatre UCSB's current production of Anton Chekov's "The Seagull" for two types of people: those who enjoy Chekhov and those who enjoy daytime soap operas played on prime time.
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