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Stern's Donnie Darkens Stage at A.R.T.

It’s either your favorite movie, or it used to be until you heard that it was everyone else’s. Richard Kelly’s

Spider-Man 3

Get ready for high-flying, edge-of-your-seat action. Director Sam Raimi’s “Spider-Man 3” keeps the adrenaline rushing as he presents the darker

Harvard’s Cannes?

The Crimson Key Society, in conjunction with the Office of the Arts (OFA) and Apple Computers, will host its first-ever

A Reagan-Era Restoration

A change of setting is a time-honored way to make classic plays seem fresh. But even though this trick has

Nine Inch Nails

So here we are, with Nine Inch Nails’ 24th “halo” (or, in non-NIN speak, their fifth full-length release). Mastermind Trent

POPSCREEN: Nine Inch Nails

Unless you worship every soul-crushing scream that escapes Trent Reznor’s lungs, you probably won’t like the new Nine Inch Nails

Ferguson Trying to Revolutionize Animation

As many traditional animators lament the decline of hand-drawn animation with each computer-generated box office hit, the gap between classic

300

Zack Snyder’s adaptation of Frank Miller’s graphic novel “300” had thousands, including myself, chomping at the bit for the film’s

POPSCREEN: Modest Mouse

Get a big screen, turn up the volume, and dance: Isaac Brock and the boys deliver a fisherman’s tale. Unapologetically

Patrick Wolf - "The Magic Position"

With the release of his third full-length album, Patrick Wolf may be going through something of an identity crisis: at

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