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

NEW MUSIC: '64-'95

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

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


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: 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 It has been 25 years

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

New Music

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

On the Radar

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

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

Happening Listings

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

CD Review

Pan-European polyglot poppers Stereo Total seem to always summon the same images in American minds: trendy coffee bars, tightly-dressed Euro

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