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22 Oct 2007 // 2:52 AM

New York is awash in photojournalism—but is it art?

NEW YORK—The panoramic photograph of a bootless soldier, sprawled almost gracefully in death in Afghanistan, might have made readers pause for a moment if

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18 Sep 2007 // 4:45 AM

Blu-ray and HD DVD: Fighting for the small screen

You really needed another component in your stack, didn’t you? The Audio/Video Receiver, the cable/satellite box, the DVD player and the CD

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30 Aug 2007 // 3:12 AM

Dedication

It's Henry's movie, and for all his eccentricities and fixations and rages, he's a very conventional man.

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Women Who Write by Stefan Bollmann

The category "women who write" has been interpreted in its broadest sense, to refreshing effect.

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Sarolta Zalatnay: Sarolta Zalatnay

Ultimate, absolute, utter gusto would need more waaaaaow! but the gusto she's got is great.

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18 Jul 2007 // 11:32 PM

Another Cassavetes heard from: director Zoe

“Columbo’s playing Wiffle ball with me!” Zoe Cassavetes remembers thinking happily, back when she was a little girl in 1970s L.A. There she

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12 Jul 2007 // 3:17 AM

Broken English (2007)

Parker Posey's performance during these potentially too-precious moments of anticipation is perfect.

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Getting Loose by Sam Binkley

Binkley does more than simply mark the transition from Yippy to yuppie.

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The Damned: Damned Damned Damned

This lavishly packaged three-disc edition makes a strong case for this excellent punk album's entry into the "must have" canon alongside the classic debuts from the Sex Pistols and the Clash.

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11 Jun 2007 // 5:37 AM

Why Pink Floyd’s 1973 masterpiece continues to matter

Last week offered reason to revisit Sgt. Pepper, it having just turned 40. This week brings reason to revisit another conceptual rock monument: The Dark Side

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Boudin’s beachfront images on display at National Gallery of Art

WASHINGTON - During the summer months, many vacationers head to the beach to seek relief from soaring temperatures. This season, the National Gallery of Art

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20 May 2007 // 4:18 AM

The world’s initial glimpse of Mary McCartney, first-born child of Paul and Linda McCartney, was in a casual snapshot of her perennially cute dad.

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18 May 2007 // 5:23 AM

Norman Lear recalls when guys like him had it made

If you think there’s nothing funny on broadcast television anymore, you’re not alone. Archie Bunker, Fred Sanford, Maude Findlay and George Jefferson -

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15 May 2007 // 10:12 PM

Ian Hunter: Shrunken Heads

At the tender age of 68, Ian Hunter has not yet retreated gracefully into retirement. Who else can put out a solid mix on just his second proper studio record in 24 years?

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14 May 2007 // 3:48 AM

Claude Chabrol It’s strange to think of Claude Chabrol as a French New Wave pioneer after all these years. While some new wavers have

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9 May 2007 // 8:13 AM

As he reinvents himself again, Donny Osmond revisits the `70s

Don’t blame Donny Osmond for digging into the vintage musical treasure chest. On his new CD, “Love Songs of the `70s,” Osmond picked a

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“Rue de la Bucherie” (1865/1869) by French photographerCharles Marville is found in the exhibit, “Paris inTransition: Photographs from the National Gallery ofArt,” at the National Gallery

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Truth, Justin and the American Way #1-5

'70s and '80s nostalgia trend in comics? This series is soaking in it!

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A Long Way from Wonderland

In 1980, Donna Summer walked away from disco's strobe-lit boogie wonderland on The Wanderer. Critics embraced her bold statement; audiences less so. Where exactly was Summer going?

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10 Apr 2007 // 10:59 PM

Tempest (1982)

Let Me off This Island

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