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Carlos Cuarón Reunites García Bernal, Luna

Del Toro, Iñárritu, Cuarón—Mexico has had no shortage of talented filmmakers lately. Fans of Mexican cinema may recognize that last


First, Naples had heaping piles of trash stacked so high that the only way to make way for more trash

'Otello' Preserves Past

Now in its 71st season, the annual Lowell House Opera (LHO) production premiered on Wednesday, March 4 with its rendition

Righteous Kill

How to keep moviegoers flocking to the cinema in these times of emptying wallets and waning summer days? Hollywood seems

Lil Wayne

The masses heard a short cash-money millionaire saturating the American airwaves this summer. Yet the pop crowd probably didn’t realize


'Cop' Reveals Human hood

In terms of popular culture, the year 2008 has been very good to the ’hood. With the recent run of

Afro-Asian Culture Explored

At the event “Afro-Asian Encounters” in Harvard Hall last night, visiting history professor Eric Tang disputed the notion that Asian

'Wire' Actor Talks T.V.

The Crimson recently sat down with actor Jim True-Frost, whose acclaimed television series “The Wire” recently aired its final episode

'The Wire' Conducts Discussion

“‘The Wire’ is a world where people are worth less. People are commodities. Capitalism has been the god,” David Simon

'Somebody Scream!' Makes Noise About Rap

Notorious B.I.G. once rapped, “If I wasn’t in the rap game / I’d probably have a key knee deep in

Snoop Dogg

Snoop Dogg is Long Beach’s renaissance man. He has been a crack dealer, a gang banger, a gangsta rapper, a

Calaf, Colors, and Cloth

Four weeks, four pairs of hands, and 80 yards of cloth later, 50 costumes for the Lowell House Opera’s (LHO)

POPSCREEN: Tila Tequila

I don’t want to insult your intelligence by dwelling upon the more obvious features of “A Shot At Love” reality

The Bank Job

“The Bank Job” is the latest movie from British action-film mainstay Jason Statham, whose cockney wit and sexy bald head

Panel Discusses Rap Music’s ‘Bad Rap’

During a panel held to discuss the interaction between hip-hop and student achievement, the music received mixed reviews. “People need