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'Heroin: Cape Cod, USA': Systems of Addiction

Pain is costly, and treating it, profitable; Heroin: Cape Cod, USA reveals that 80% of heroin users start with prescription painkillers.

Cynthia Fuchs
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Aram Bajakian: Aram Bajakian's Kef

Genuinely deserves to be called Aram Bajakian's Kef, not anybody else's, but his, clever and fearless.

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Tareq Abboushi & Shusmo: Mumtastic

Wormed with Middle Eastern loops and hooks, and also playful, with a jazz playfulness

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Pistolera: El Desierto y La Ciudad

Fast is their natural speed.

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Les Chauds Lapins: Amourettes

Love, in these songs, is aware of its own delirious state and willing to share the details.

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The Year In TV: June 2010

Continuing out look at the year’s most notable television events, here’s what happened in June 2010.

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'Burn Notice' Still Sizzles in Third Season

One of the more engaging aspects of the series is Michael’s voiceover explanations of spy tips and tricks. These crafty techniques are integral to training spies.

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Marshall Ford Swing Band: It's About Dam Time

The old material has been renovated rather than modernised.

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Luminescent Orchestrii: Neptune's Daughter

Tunes from Romania and Moldavia have been smartened up, the jagged parts polished off to make them move more neatly, and with more of a sensual, jazzy roll.

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Quiet City & Dance Party, USA

In keeping with his emphasis on conversational pauses and microscopic moments, Katz shows off a hushed, near-solitary side of New York.

Jesse Hassenger
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Prison Town, USA

All family members serve their own sort of time, argues Prison Town, USA. Oppressive and unproductive, that time is increasingly typical in the small towns where prison is the central industry.

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