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neeson
Arts

neeson

Graceful and brutal all at once.

neeson
Arts

Neesoning

The Arts Blog looks at actors who have fallen into the curse (gift?) of Liam Neeson: typecasting.

george clooney amal
Arts

george clooney amal

They look so devastatingly in love

george-and-amal-cloooney
Arts

george-and-amal-cloooney

They look so devastatingly in love.

george-and-amal-cloooney
Arts

A Desperate Missive to George Clooney in the Wake of His Marriage

A passionate voice shares her feelings for the recently-married George Clooney.

Dylan in RightWing Bob
Arts Blog

Dylan in RightWing Bob

Dylan as an insidious Fascist in "RightWing Bob"

Dylan in RightWing Bob
Books

Weird Books: RightWing Bob

The Arts Blog presents a provocative Dylan-themed book from the bottom of the Crimson Arts book box.

guardians of the galaxy
Arts Blog

guardians of the galaxy

"Guardians of the Galaxy" absolutely killed it with its 1970s rock tracks!

guardians of the galaxy
Arts Blog

The 70s Factor

The Arts Blog explores movies from the last year that would be enhanced by some fly 70s tunes.

Proenza Schouler
Arts Blog

Proenza Schouler

Models show off Proenza's mid-evolution Spring 2013 collection

Proenza Schouler
Visual Arts

Proenza's Flat Cadenza

A critique of the increasingly influential designers suggests that youthful vivacity can trump sleek sophistication.

rockabye
Arts Blog

rockabye

rockabye
Visual Arts

Nickel-Old-Eon: Examining the Deeper Messages in Our Childhood Cartoons

Arts Blog examines the lasting values and influence of iconic cartoon episodes and attempts to contextualize them “in a modern lens.” This week, we examine the classic “Rock A Bye Bi-Valve”

Grand Budapest Hotel
Arts Blog

Grand Budapest Hotel

Grand Budapest Hotel
Visual Arts

The Other Wes Andersons

Everyone knows Wes Anderson has a penchant for framing, but how should we define his style and place it in directorial history?

The Oval
Scrutiny

Seeing Red: Stanford v. Harvard

blood handprint
Arts

Dead Letter: The Aesthetics of Horror

Election Strategy
Columns

Where Did All The Ideas Go?

Free Time
Columns

In Search of Lost Time