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Gdynia Film Festival 2014 Day 3: The Citizen / Warsaw 44
Two Main Competition films that explore Poland's past: one treating it as picaresque comedy, the other as harrowing special effects spectacle. [19.Sep.14]
Gdynia Film Festival 2014 Day 2: The Word / The Mighty Angel / The Immigrant
Troubled teens and a chronic alcoholic populate two of the Main Competition films. But James Gray's The Immigrant proves the most impressive. [18.Sep.14]
Spoon + !!!: 10 September 2014 - New York (Photos)
Spoon's excellent live show at Central Park's Rumsey Playfield (aka Summerstage) came near the heels of their late-Summer They Want My Soul tour. [18.Sep.14]
Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue + Galactic
New Orleans musicians rarely disappoint. They come from a world where music is practically akin to religion, and they always seem to know how to rise to the occasion. [17.Sep.14]
Gdynia Film Festival Day 1: Deluge Redivivus / Polish Shit
Love, war and other crap at the Gdynia Film Festival, Poland's largest and most prestigious showcase for its national cinema. [17.Sep.14]
Reviews
New Orleans musicians rarely disappoint. They come from a world where music is practically akin to religion, and they always seem to know how to rise to the occasion. [17.Sep.14]
Five years in the making, Martha Davis & the Motels made a triumphant return to New York City. [15.Sep.14]
Tori Amos's recent performance at New York City's Beacon Theatre was simply spellbinding and quite possibly one of the best concerts in recent memory. [17.Aug.14]
Few bands dare to incorporate such wide-ranging sounds and Slightly Stoopid’s ability to mix rock and reggae with dub, grunge and hip-hop is a large part of how they appeal to such a broad fanbase. [14.Aug.14]
There was a spectacular display of goods from almost every pop culture property one could think of all in one place, making Comic-Con feel like a cross between Christmas and Halloween (as well as Black Friday). [11.Aug.14]
Sweden may be the 800-lb gorilla of Northern European cinema, but its neighbors have come on strong. [06.Aug.14]
Nine Inch Nails and Soundgarden brought their co-headlining tour to Jones Beach in Long Island for a sold-out show. [05.Aug.14]
Nona Hendryx got unplugged and honored her classic soul group Labelle during her second sold-out engagement of 2014 at Joe's Pub. [31.Jul.14]
Paul McCartney commanded the stage in Kansas City with an astonishing degree of seemingly effortless finesse. A most glorious concert. [29.Jul.14]
Chalice provided the grooviest kicks seen along old Route 66 in some time. [25.Jul.14]
News
By Mary McNamara
LOS ANGELES — In the spirit of Monday’s Emmy telecast let’s give it up for Seth Meyers. Hosting any awards show is… [26.Aug.14]
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Features
Hedwig and the Angry Inch co-creator and songwriter Stephen Trask animatedly answers questions about the production’s success on Broadway and more. [17.Aug.14]
In 2014, Telluride is the perfect encapsulation of where it has been and where it is going to be in the future. [20.Jul.14]
Columns
Artsy Type
Categorizing the world we live in may be one of the most primal of human appetites.This exhibit challenges how we do that. [11.Sep.14]
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