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Christopher A. Kukstis

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Musician Brings Veritas to Ears

In the mix of magicians, calculus-focused raps, and boy-band stars performing at the Freshman Talent Show in September 2001, Daniel

On a Philosophy of Pop Music

DREW: Kukstis, it’s the end of the year, and I know we’ve only been at this a few times, but

Salute This Alum's Shorts

When Judy R. Budnitz ’95 published the short story “Miracle” in the New Yorker last summer, my mother saved a

The Drawn-Out Battle of the '90s Brit-Pop Superstars

CHRIS: Drew, as long as I’ve known you, we’ve argued. Argued politics, argued religion, but pursued one single topic with

NEW MUSIC: '64-'95

’64 – ’95 Lemon Jelly XL RecordingsThe second full-length from British electronica act Lemon Jelly starts off with the withered

On the Radar: Contradictions

Saturday, March 12. 9:30 p.m. Quincy House Dining Hall. $15, $10 in advance. Tickets available through the Harvard Box Office.

On the Radar: Raging Bull 25th Anniversary

March 11-17. 4:15, 7, 9:40 p.m. Brattle Theatre. $9. Tickets available at theater or www.brattlefilm.org. It has been 25 years

Happening

Film Friday, March 11. Cabrera’s The Milk of Human Kindness (France/Belgium, 2001). 7 p.m. Harvard Film Archive. Tickets $8; students

On the Radar

Ghungroo 2005: A Cultural Celebration Performances with tickets still available are Thursday, March 3 at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday, March

On the Radar

The Futureheads Friday, Feb. 25. The Futureheads. With The Shout Out Louds and High Speed Scene. 18+. 9 p.m. Paradise

New Music

The Wedding Present Manifesto/Scopitones The new album Take Fountain comes with a flashy cover brandishing “The Wedding Present,” the name

Grammys Love Company of Dead Artists

Chris: Another year and another night of Grammys, and slowly the awards slip further and further from any kind of

On the Radar: Kings of Convenience

Friday, February 11 Paradise Rock Club Kings of Convenience 9pm, $12 The Kings of Convenience cross the Atlantic for a

On the Radar: The Pitches

A cappella is certainly not everyone’s thing, for some good reason. The stereotypes of collegiate life, the paucity of knock-out

Happening Listings

Theater Thursday, February 17. Athena Theater Company presents The Vagina Monologues. 8 P.M. Agassiz Theater. Tickets $8, students $6. Tickets

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Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads