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    Theater Scene - What's running now

    Suds: Local critics haven't much liked this goofball extravaganza of tunes from the 1960s, and who can blame them? Of the innumerable inane musical revues that attempt to wrap era-specific pop songs around a slim story, this one's the hokiest. To sel...

    by Robrt L. Pela on October 5, 2006
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    Copycat Killer - Saints Row shamelessly apes Grand Theft Auto

    Let's not beat around the bush: Saints Row is creatively bankrupt. The latest in a long list of Grand Theft Auto imitators, this clone replicates Rockstar's controversial games so closely that the uneducated eye could mistake it for the real deal...

    by Gary Hodges on October 5, 2006
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    Lewis Blows His Top

    Lewis Black: Red, White & Screwed (HBO) Like many other Daily Show success stories, Lewis Black is a comedian made for these times; his facial contortions and verbal tics are expressions of the Bush-era phrase "outrage overload." But unlike other ...

    by Robert Wilonsky on October 5, 2006
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    New Times' top DVD picks for the week of October 3

    Avenger (Warner Bros.) Calvaire: The Ordeal (Palm) Cedric the Entertainer: Taking You Higher (HBO) Changing Times (Koch Lorber) Confidence (Lionsgate) Deadfall (Lionsgate) Edmond (First Independent) The Greatest American Hero: Th...

    on October 5, 2006
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    Mother of Pearls - Life in the peanut-free zone

    Actor/producer/writer Debra Gettleman does everything from arranging chairs to selling tickets for Pearls: Motherhood Unstrung, which she's co-produced with Mothers Who Write instructors Deborah Sussman Susser (associate editor of Jewish News of Grea...

    by Robrt L. Pela on September 28, 2006
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    Panda Express - Endangered speakings

    The Disposable Hero considers himself not an artist but a visual vigilante who prefers to conceal his identity. With a day job in marketing and sales, he offers commentary on his own livelihood. His panda posters pop up on abandoned buildings and pub...

    by Lilia Menconi on September 28, 2006
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    Heaven Can Wait - And Hell looks mighty familiar

    In the early 14th century, Italian poet Dante Alighieri penned The Divine Comedy, an epic poem that chronicles his fictional journey through Hell, purgatory, and Heaven. Often considered the last great piece of medieval literature, Dante's masterpiec...

    by Wynter Holden on September 28, 2006
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    Sandow Birk: To Hell and Back - Divinely inspired

    Sandow Birk, 44, is an avid surfer with a laid-back California attitude. But he's far from a slacker. Birk is in the studio six days a week creating fanciful drawings and paintings that translate his experiences living in low-income areas of Los Ange...

    by Wynter Holden on September 28, 2006
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    Art Scene - Current exhibitions, shows, and installations

    Steve Davis and Chris Caufield at Modified Arts: "Found object" art has come a long way since Duchamp's urinal fountain. Steve Davis and Chris Caufield incorporate found objects into assemblage that stirs faded memories of antiquated technologies. Da...

    by Wynter Holden on September 28, 2006
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    Fourth and Inches - Madden NFL 07: New and slightly improved!

    Football is a game of inches. The same goes for the Madden series. Each fall, a new Madden game arrives, with a roster update and an incremental change in the game-play formula. Last year brought a "cone of vision" for the quarterback, which mostl...

    by Luke O'Brien on September 28, 2006
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    Camel Light

    The Big Animal (Milestone) It's a simple yet lesser known law of comedy: Camels are always funny. There are the jaws that drool and chew side to side, the front legs that move like a human's, the humps -- but mostly it's the eyes: There's somethin...

    by Jordan Harper on September 28, 2006
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    New Times' top DVD picks for the week of September 28

    Beowulf & Grendel (Anchor Bay) The Book of Daniel: The Complete Series (Universal) Bratz: Passion Fashion Diamondz (Fox) Con Man (Docurama) Curious George (Universal) Danger Mouse: The Final Seasons (A&E) Daniel Boone: Season 1 and ...

    on September 28, 2006
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    Completely Blah (Unabridged) - Leave the house at your own risk

    A traffic cop yelled at me on my way into the theater the other night. He blew his whistle and shouted at me because I was crossing against the light on one of the several hundred streets that have been rendered useless by the light-rail project. I d...

    by Robrt L. Pela on September 21, 2006
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    Austin Tichenor - The reduced interview

    When he's not busy being a television actor (perhaps you've seen him on Boston Legal, or Everwood, or Nip/Tuck), Austin Tichenor is one-third of the Reduced Shakespeare Company, a three-man comedy troupe known for taking long, serious subjects and re...

    by Robrt L. Pela on September 21, 2006
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    Theater Scene - What's running now

    A Chorus Line: That tried-and-true celebration of the unsung heroes of American musical theater, the chorus boys and gals, is traipsing back into town and this time it comes with an entree! The second-longest-running show in Broadway history won bo...

    by Robrt L. Pela on September 21, 2006
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    Puddle of Fun - LocoRoco is the perfect one-night stand

    LocoRoco arrived with impossibly high expectations. This ridiculously cute new game for the PlayStation Portable debuted as a demo in April, and since then, the gaming press has tripped over itself to anoint it the successor to Katamari Damacy or ...

    by KEVIN HOFFMAN on September 21, 2006
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    Poetry and Puncture Wounds

    The Proposition (First Look) There's an old saying about Ginger Rogers, who did everything Fred Astaire did -- but backwards and in heels. This Australian western seems to be saying something similar about gritty American westerns: You think that'...

    by Robert Wilonsky on September 21, 2006
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    New Times' top DVD picks for the week of September 19

    After Sex (New Yorker) Bob & Tom Radio: The Comedy Tour (Image) The Boris Karloff Collection (Universal) Crossing the Bridge: The Sound of Istanbul (Strand) 8th & Ocean: The Complete First Season (Paramount) Fabulous! The Story of Quee...

    on September 21, 2006
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    Rage Against the Machine - His life is great

    Usually when indie filmmakers get a little street cred, they head for Hollywood or start scouting a bigger distribution deal. Not Phoenix film writer/director Craig McMahon, who's made a name for himself in independent horror film circles with straig...

    by Robrt L. Pela on September 14, 2006
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    Bone Daddy - A million little pieces

    Tiny fragments of fractured machines, antique medical tools, pill bottles, bleached animal bones. These are some of the ingredients composing the bizarre boxlike found-object sculptures of Chris Caufield, 38. Looking like something outta the Nine Inc...

    by Benjamin Leatherman on September 14, 2006
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