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Shopping for Truth: Clearing up confusion

First off, I’d like to say thank you to Matt Lawrence and Robert Held for taking the time to read my article “Give the Police a Chance” (November 9) and taking the time to respon… Read More...

Sexiled: Come quietly

I could tell you how many ceilings tiles laid above our heads. I could tell you the pattern. I could count the number of minutes and seconds in each moment – what felt like hours was a… Read More...

Slice and ’Deis leaves you craving more

1130074.jpgThe premiere of BTV’s new sitcom Slice and ’Deis was a success. The dialogue was witty, the acting looked natural, and the comical visuals had me laughing throughout. The show … Read More...

TV becomes reality

I seem to have become The Hoot’s Museum of Science girl. Last year, I wrote about the controversial exhibit, Body Worlds II, which involved plastinated bodies in elaborate pose… Read More...

Techies need eye candy too

1130073.jpgIs it the “Sunshine Yellow”, “Espresso” or “Flamingo Pink” that grabs the attention of countless individuals who purchase Apple Computers?

Consumer reports show … Read More...

Working it on the Runway

On November 14th, fashionistas everywhere celebrated the return of the acclaimed reality show, Project Runway.

The debut brought back favorites from last year including host H… Read More...

Belonging's Release

1130072.jpg“At the end of 1941, the Germans made the decision to try to destroy all the Jews in every country they conquered or controlled. They began with the organized murder of hundreds an… Read More...

Top five movie adaptations of comic books

1130071.jpgSo while we’re all anticipating the upcoming sequel to Batman Begins, The Dark Knight and the Watchmen adaptation, let’s take a moment to look back at what the latest comic boo… Read More...

A Savage love triangle

Continuing its long-running war on traditional proscenium arch-framed theatre, the Free Play Theatre Cooperative took the Schwartz Auditorium two weeks ago and set it up as the … Read More...

Shout out to your mother tongue

“What does it mean to be a native speaker, especially when you did not fully learn your first language?” This was one of the many questions Harvard University professor Maria P… Read More...

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