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POPSCREEN: Britney Spears

Britney’s music videos are like an ever-rotating menu of fantasies, but after 10 years of Britney (“...Baby One More Time”

Lights Are On But No One's Home

Almost 200 empty dollhouses are arranged to form a hilly village in a dark room. The village has no geographical

‘ROFLCon’ Explores the Art of LOLing

The Internet is not the real world. In a real job, a person does something useful. Giving away pictures of

Illegal Exhibits

Last November, Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) unveiled the newest addition to its collection: a marble statue of the

Gondry Talks MIT, DIY, and the Art of 'Sweding'

When French director Michel Gondry arrived at MIT to screen his latest film, “Be Kind Rewind,” the very first thing

Photos Alter But Can't Shake Up

Taking an old classic and making it into something fresh always has a risk of disaster. There’s a chance that

All the Art Exhibition's a Stage

The Institute of Contemporary Art’s (ICA) latest exhibition, “The World as a Stage,” opens with a most fitting visual prologue.

Daft Punk

The fact that electronica duo Daft Punk has recorded a live album called “Alive 2007” begs two questions. One: why

Brokaw Sells ’60s To Packed House

“I suppose out of all the characters I interviewed,” journalist Tom Brokaw told a packed audience at First Parish Church

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Vendler Presents New Yeats Book

Noted poetry critic and English professor Helen Vendler presented her latest book, “A Secret Discipline: Yeats and Lyric Form,” last

Candy-Coated Art Delights And Provokes

It’s typically a bleak emotional Siberia inside the Carpenter Center. I’ve never had a reason to expect anything besides the

POPSCREEN: Matchbox Twenty

“Let us tour the History of the World together, with Rob Thomas as our guide!” this video seems to scream.

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The Tasty World Outside Harvard Square

To foodophiles, the dining hall broccoli and cheese chicken breast is a bewildering beast. Why would you do that to

Global Warning

Center Hosts Climate Talks

A conservative member of the European parliament said yesterday that Europe and the United States must work together in order

HFA Remembers Fluxus

“Anything can be art and anyone can do it,” claims George Maciunas, the founder of the Fluxus movement. The 1960s

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