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These Neurotic Boy Outsiders have coped in different ways with the poisoned chalice of their own, often media-shaped image as restless, difficult and highly individual artists.

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13 Nov 2001 // 1:00 AM

(W)hile we have to remain philosophical about the projects that begin like race horses and end like donkeys, the spark is there for all manner of animal to pick up some speed.

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7 Nov 2001 // 1:00 AM

Much like Justice Potter Stewart's definition of pornography, '. . . I know it when I see it', I know the 'gay sensibility' when I see it.

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Who are we outsiders to say that Romania shouldn't fully exploit the Dracula story, both real and imagined?

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The football season—the soccer season, that is—began in August in England amid an ever-swelling tide of hyperbole as sport, that great vehicle of

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8 Oct 2001 // 1:00 AM

ReDotPop -- Ashita ga aru sa.

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Music aficionados and classic soul listeners are also likely up in arms at 'Music', Eric Sermon's digitized duet with the late Marvin Gaye, who was murdered by his father on April 1, 1984.

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ReDotPop -- Japan's Beat Generation.

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: Like the surreal Laura Esquivel novel that Rashid 'Lonnie' Lynn invokes in the title of his brilliant new release Like Water for Chocolate.

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"Dee Rees’ churning and melodramatic epic follows two families in 1940s Mississippi, one black and one white, and the wars they fight abroad and at home.

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