Edward F. Coleman

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Hitting the Comic Books

Perched atop Dr. Manhattan’s Martian crystalline palace, “Watchmen” hero Laurie Jupiter gazes deeply into his white eyes. She pleads desperately

Interaction Takes the Stage at Squawk

Though oral poetry peaked in the 1990s as a revival of the post-war 1960s movement made famous by artists such

POPSCREEN: Chester French

It’s hard to make fun of people who display immense earnestness. Hurling well-aimed boomerangs at themselves in an attempt to

Bruce Springsteen

Ever since Janet Jackson’s infamous “wardrobe malfunction” five years ago, the Superbowl halftime show has played it safe, replacing young

POPSCREEN: Scooter Smiff ft. Chris Brown

Since Lil’ Bow Wow grew up and dropped the “Lil’,” the rap market has been devoid of an overpaid, asinine,

SCREENSHOTS: 'Halloween'

It’s Halloween again, which means lots of tacky costumes, sugary candy, and, of course, horror movies. For those of you

What Just Happened?

The life of a Hollywood producer is full of bizarre encounters with belligerent actors, eccentric directors, and hard-nosed executives, which

Blitzen Trapper

Breaking into mainstream music can be difficult, especially for a folk-band when genres like pop and rap generally stand at

Fleshing Out Fleet Street

Amidst a slew of recent retellings of Stephen Sondheim’s “Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street,” the Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic

Biz Prof To Join The Law School

The newest member of the Harvard Law School faculty aims to bridge the gap between the study of law and

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Panel Weighs Crisis in Chad

Three influential humanitarians urged members of the Harvard community yesterday evening to increase their awareness of the crisis in Chad,

Illegal Exhibits

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

Love Conquers in 'Things'

Few things in this life are more awkward than the first relationship or sexual encounter. The first experience of love

Jason Collett

When you peel off the cellophane and pry open the plastic case of a new CD, you’re always hopeful that

Moving Pictures, Moving People

Modern advances in technology have allowed artists to push the boundaries of art further than ever before. The old guard