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Christopher J. Hernandez

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Butt Trumpet, What a Name...

Primitive Enema Butt Trumpet Chrysalis/EMI Records P erhaps the most scatological of all music bands, Butt Trumpet, just relieved itself

Darker Memories of Harvard For One Mexican American

A Darker Shade of Crimson: Odyssey of a Harvard Chicano by Ruben Navarrette Jr. Harvard University Press, $69.50 A mong

Cartoons For the Creepy

S pike and Mike's "Sick and Twisted Festival of Animation" returns to the Coolidge Corner Theater this month to keep

Weary Comedy, Weary Cast Make 'What the Butler Saw' Tiring to See

The Harvard-Radcliffe Summer Theater opened "What the Butler Saw" by Joe Orton last night. Producer Tina Tseng and director David

Tenants Confront Council

Seven residents of two multi-story apartment buildings on the corner of Harvard and Trowbridge Streets charged their landlord of harassment

Shallow Plot, Disconnected Characters Sink 'Axe Murderer'

"So I Married an Axe Murderer" was just as good as "Wayne's World"--NOT! The new film staring Mike Meyers is

Black Comedy, Gender Switch Make a Dramatic Winner

Black comedy finds a good home in the Loeb Experimental Theatre with "Baby with the Bathwater." Written by Christopher Durang,

Album 'Questions' Need for Singing

The cover of the album--a screaming child, a background of duct tape--gives a good first impression of "Ask Questions Later,"

Eastwood Thriller Features Fast Action, Villain, Cheesy Romance

Clint Eastwood is back--he's still mean, he's still tough, but now he's old. "In the Line of Fire" shows Eastwood

Gender, Sex, Societal Roles Go Wild in Woolfe's 'Orlando'

Based on a novel by Virginia Woolf, "Orlando" has all the pieces needed for a movie destined to be an

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Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads