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Restoration Festival 8/15/2014 6:22 pm UTC
  In keeping with the robust tradition of daily newspapers arriving to a cultural trend story in time to break the news to everyone’s grandparents, the TU recently declared Troy the new Brooklyn. W
Conor Oberst 8/14/2014 5:18 pm UTC
Conor Oberst will always be described as the former Bright Eyes frontman, but his solo career has really eclipsed that early era. Oberst wrapped up the American leg of his tour for Upside Down Moun
Drake vs. Lil Wayne 8/14/2014 5:15 pm UTC
Rap battles—like their jazz precursor, the “cutting contest”—have been a part of hip-hop from the start. The microphone, a modern symbol of influence, belongs, like Thor’s hammer, to he (or she) wh
The Bad Plus Joshua Redman 8/14/2014 5:14 pm UTC
On paper, the partnership of Joshua Redman and the Bad Plus seems unlikely. The saxophonist was embraced by the jazz mainstream on the release of 1994’s Moodswing, and he’s been both a critical and
Without a Roadmap 8/14/2014 5:12 pm UTC
While on a layover in Baltimore, I picked up a copy of Michael and Jane Stern’s Roadfood, a coast-to-coast guide to off-the-beaten path places to eat. I had been speaking with a colleague from Cali
Test Out 8/14/2014 2:55 pm UTC
 “Public education, NOT private profits!”Angry educators and parents rallied on the steps of the State Education Department Monday evening to voice their frustration with corporate involvem
Master Director 8/14/2014 2:47 pm UTC
  “The performing arts, literature, the visual arts—these are what draw our attention to aspects of our lives that we otherwise wouldn’t notice,” says Jonathan Miller, who celebrated the uniquely h
A Romantic Weekend in Annandale 8/14/2014 2:29 pm UTC
  In the end, Malcom Bilson was right. The distinguished pianist and early-music specialist spoke and performed during a 10 AM panel titled “Invention and Reinvention: Who Was Schubert?” and, compa
You’re Getting Sleepy 8/14/2014 2:22 pm UTC
  You’re driving up the Northway after work (or driving anywhere, really), and the drowsiness starts to set in. It suddenly takes a concerted effort to keep your eyelids open, and your neck no long
The New Joint 8/14/2014 2:17 pm UTC
 “Your leg bone connected to your knee bone, your knee bone connected to your thigh bone . . .”Actually, the elements that comprise the human knee are considerably more intricate than the c
Get Up and Play, Seven Minutes a Day 8/14/2014 2:13 pm UTC
  Everyone has heard that exercise will improve one’s health. Everyone has read a magazine or a news story urging them to get 30 minutes of physical activity a day (at least). Upon hearing these he
Social Mobility 8/14/2014 2:07 pm UTC
  “It’s a neighborhood car,” said Nnenna Ferguson, the marketing coordinator for Capital CarShare. She was referring to a shiny red Prius in the parking lot, but also to five other cars that are av
Timeless Audacity 8/14/2014 12:32 pm UTC
  It’s a story of great sweep, a David Lean epic, but, as Shakespeare wrote it, laced with comedy of the Richard Lester variety. Henry IV is one of the Bard’s history plays, which right there conde
Friend of a Friend 8/13/2014 9:51 pm UTC
  The new group exhibit at Chatham’s Thompson Giroux Gallery, Friend of a Friend, works from the premise that the word “friend” has been “stretched almost to the breaking point over the past 10 yea
AnimationFest 2014 8/13/2014 9:48 pm UTC
  There’s something for everyone at this year’s AnimationFest, presented by Proctors in the GE Theatre. From family-friendly favorites to R-rated Japanese anime classics, the selection is diverse a



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