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Concert Review: Pitchfork Music Festival, Day 3 & Wrap-Up

Wrapping up Pitchfork was an overload of great bands, and a sense of cautious musical freedom. Read More »

Concert Review: Pitchfork Music Festival, Day 2

Saturday at Pitchfork was a hodgepodge of mania, mixed blessings, and the occasional breakthrough set. Read More »

Interview: David Wm Sims of the Jesus Lizard

Noise rock legend David Wm Sims, bassist for the Jesus Lizard talks about the band's highly-anticipated reuinion Read More »

Concert Review: Pitchfork Music Festival, Day 1

Day one of Pitchfork featured mixed results from Write the Night, but the Jesus Lizard roared back. Read More »

Festival Preview: Pitchfork Music Festival 2009

Pitchfork Music Festival enters its fourth year as an established institution that can still provide some danger. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Reflections and Geographical History of America

Despite contrasting age and prestige, these two plays are alike...except for the vast difference in quality. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): When You Comin’ Back, Red Ryder?

Despite a kitchy production, When You Comin’ Back, Red Ryder? is vital to any transitional period for youthful rebellion. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Pretty Theft by Adam Szymkowicz

This flawed but fascinating play explores the simultaneous allures and dangers of beauty. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Caitlin and the Swan by Dorothy Fortenberry

Yet another success by The Management, this play inventively addresses American female sexual deviancy past, present, and future. Read More »

Theater Reveiw (NYC): Dinner and Delusion

In this experimental opera, B-movie aesthetics seem fresh in the unlikeliest of ways. Read More »