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September 1, 2008
Big Is Back

Big bands are usually considered a glorious relic of jazz’s past, but not this season.

September 1, 2008
Deerhunter Plays It Pretty

Since the release of their noisy and abrasive breakthrough album Cryptograms, Atlanta-based Deerhunter has polarized indie-rock nerds.

September 1, 2008
Icelandic Costume Ball

Sigur Rós gets all dressed up.

September 1, 2008
TV on the Radio Comes Through Loud and Clear

As good as TV on the Radio’s recorded work has been, nothing matches the transcendence of their live shows. Dear Science could change that.

September 1, 2008
The Season in Pop

New albums from Jenny Lewis, Grace Jones, and T.I. Plus, concerts by David Byrne and the Hold Steady.

September 1, 2008
The Season in Movies

New films from the Saw, High School Musical, and Bond franchises, plus Changeling and Miracle at St. Anna

September 1, 2008
Funny Girl?

Yup. Rachel Weisz is irresistibly madcap in The Brothers Bloom. She also juggles chain saws.

September 1, 2008
Dossier: John Hillcoat

What you should know about the Australian director turning Cormac McCarthy’s Pulitzer-winning, Oprah-approved novel, The Road, into a film.

September 1, 2008
Presidential Hopeful

In Oliver Stone’s sure-to-be-controversial W., Josh Brolin finds both the comedy (pretzel choke!) and pathos in our soon-to-be-history president.

September 1, 2008
Fall Guys

What gives, Hollywood? This season is a veritable bro-fest on the big screen, with nearly all the big films featuring dude-on-dude action. Below, a guide to the highlights of the estrogen-free A-list matchups.

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