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Cooking with 'Gasolina'

Francisco Saldana developed a tight routine when he worked as a Harvard University Dining Services chef. Six days a week,

Disney Lionizes Faith, Fantasy in 'Wardrobe'

Fifty-five years after C.S. Lewis published the “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe,” Walt Disney Pictures and Walden Media

Writing the Wrong: A. Lawrence Lowell

Abbott Lawrence Lowell was many things: a member of the Class of 1877, the Eaton Professor of the Science of

Room for Improvement

An unusual sense of optimism filled the Loker Commons Coffeehouse at 5 p.m. one Wednesday last month. Twenty or 30

Strathairn’s Latest Role Broadcasts Distaste for Today’s Newsmedia

When George Clooney set out to make “Good Night, and Good Luck,” he wanted to do more than just tell

Movie Review: Good Night, and Good Luck

It’s clear that director George Clooney wants you to relax as you watch the first minutes of his new film.

Lindsay Lohan Vehicle Has Tank Only Half Full

I feel bad for Lindsay Lohan. Sure, she’s a bratty celebutante with minimal talent, prone to throwing narcissistic tantrums at

Indie Explosion Lights Up MFA

The Books Friday, April 29 Settling into her seat last Friday night in the Museum of Fine Arts’ sterile auditorium,

Gadfly: The Week in Buzz

SCOOP DOGG FIZZLES, FO’RIZZLE! Harvard, ever the cultural arbiter, rejected plans to bring Snoop Dogg to campus last week, citing

NEW MUSIC: Of Montreal

“Requiem for O.M.M. 2” kicks off “The Sunlandic Twins” with a hit of nostalgia. A sense of reverent déjà-vu comes

BOOK ENDS: Grad Student Grabs Readers With Bodice-Ripper

At a small table in Eliot Square’s Cafe Paradiso Sunday afternoon, sixth-year doctoral student Lauren J. Willig is sipping a

Menomena Scale Back Sonic Experiments Live

Late last Wednesday night, Justin Harris’ bass guitar slipped out of his hands, bringing Menomena’s set at T.T. the Bear’s

Review of the Week: M.I.A.

The titanic waves of hype cresting over M.I.A.’s long-awaited debut album have created one of the finer ironies in recent

Gates on "Gates"

The latest public installation by conceptual artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude, like all their works, inspired a broad spectrum of responses

Concert Review: Longwave

Longwave have every right to be jaded. Three years after joining the Strokes on tour just as Is This It?

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