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Music DVD Review: The Rolling Stones – ‘From The Vault – L.A. Forum (Live In 1975)’

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As Stones shows go, L.A. Forum (Live In 1975) is a gas, gas, gas. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC Off-Broadway): ‘Self Made Man: The Frederick Douglass Story’

Phil Darius Wallace in 'Self-Made Man: The Frederick Douglass Story' (Photo: Daniel Region)

In his powerful solo show Phil Darius Wallace portrays multiple characters in Frederick Douglass's life and tells the abolitionist's story in Douglass's own words. Read More »

‘The Walking Dead’ Review: Episode 507 – ‘Crossed’

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This week's 'The Walking Dead' is more set up for the finale than anything else. Read More »

Music Review: The Piano Guys – ‘Wonders’ [Deluxe CD/DVD Edition]

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The Piano Guys offer intricate, innovative mashups of classical and popular music (such as Beethoven and Dave Matthews) in a deluxe package. Read More »

‘House, M.D.’ Tenth Anniversary Poll: The Best Season Finale

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Vote for your favorite House, M.D. season finale in Blogcritics poll to honor the series' 10th anniversary. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Supernatural’ – ‘Ask Jeeves’

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Supernatural goes back to basics with this week’s “Ask Jeeves.” Read More »

Poll: What’s Your Favorite Mike Nichols Movie

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In Memoriam: What's your favorite Mike Nichols film? Vote in Blogcritics' poll. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Mad Men’ – ‘The Gold Violin’ or The Silenced Begin to Speak

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In this episode of "Mad Men," we hear the discordant rumblings of frustration emerging from beautiful women. Read More »

‘The Walking Dead’ Poll: Which Main Character Won’t Make It to the Mid-Season Finale?

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Take Blogcritics' "The Walking Dead" poll: Who won't make it to the closing credits of the mid-season finale? Read More »

Theater Review (NYC Off-Broadway): Rodgers and Hammerstein’s ‘Allegro’ at Classic Stage Company

Claybourne Elder and Alma Cuervo in Classic Stage Company's production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's 'Allegro' directed by John Doyle. Photo by Matthew Murphy.

A new production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's 1947 Broadway flop suggests that Hammerstein's talent was not only innovative but even more forward-thinking than he himself and those around him might have realized. Read More »