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Female Odd Couple a Weaker Set

The Odd Couple by Neil Simon directed by Danielle Kwatinetz starring Nora Dickey and Rashida Jones at Leverett House Old

Babes in Bensonhurst

Sometimes, it seems as if the constant assembly line of formulaic, big-budget, "blockbuster" films that Hollywood churns out with monotonous

Longings Cries Out To Be Freed From Stereotype

The Longings of Women by Marge Piercy Ballantine $22.00 455 pp. V irginia Woolf once wrote that what women really

A Bloodless Dracula

Dracula directed by Bill Tomlinson at the Eliot House Library through Decmber 11 Given that everyone within flying distance of

The Pitfalls of Pippin

Pippin directed by Victor Chiu and Adam Hertzman at the Dunster Dining Hall December 9 through 11 The musical comedy--ahhh,

Life After Grunge

Pearl Jam Enough has been written about the phenomena that Seattle bands have popularized this past year. Now that the

Head for the Hills

The Beverly Hillbillies Directed by Penelope Spheeris 20th Century Fox Hollywood has, in the past, resorted to remakes, sequels, novels

Beantown Band Still Livin' on the Edge

Aerosmith at The Providence Civic Center September 13 The Providence Civic Center was blazingly hot the night of Monday, September

Joel Takes the Garden By Storm Once Again

Billy Joel at The Boston Garden September 14 at The Worcester Centrum November 8 When Billy Joel walked onto the

'Zooropa'a Bizarre New Turn for U2

"Buyer beware!" should be emblazoned prominently on every copy of the bizarre new U2 release, "Zooropa." This is not the

Not Quite A Night to Remember

A t first glance, the poster from Robert Altman's film "The Player" might appear to be just another randomly placed

The Late-Night Transportation Game

A s anyone who has ever had to walk from Mather to Cabot knows, at America's oldest university, it isn't