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The Artist, a silent film for the ages

I don’t usually write about films here, but I wanted to comment on The Artist, which is like a breath of fresh air in today’s movie landscape. As you probably know, it’s a silent film based on the style of … Continue reading

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Spiderman the musical: why superheroes have a tough time on Broadway

The new musical Spiderman: Turn Off the Dark has been all over the news lately, more for its production budget and offstage drama than its story or music.  As it makes its official debut this week, I’ve been thinking a … Continue reading

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