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March 12, 2007
Suburban Warfare

The Riches features a family of grifters—and the most scathing take on class relations anywhere on TV.

March 12, 2007
Somme Story

You’d think we’ve seen every possible war-is-hell tale—yet Journey’s End still has the power to silence an audience.

March 12, 2007
The White-Castle Ceiling

Can Kal Penn, the world’s most famous Indian-American actor, be more than Kumar and a terrorist on 24?

March 12, 2007
The Approval Matrix: Week of March 12, 2007

Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.

March 5, 2007
Killer Movie

David Fincher’s Zodiac is no Se7en, but it’ll still give you the willies.

March 5, 2007
Is This Book Worth Getting?

A no-frills guide to the just-published nonfiction shelf.

March 5, 2007
Arise, Ye Prisoners of Tom Stoppard

Somehow, the eight hours of dialogue in The Coast of Utopia leave one hungry for more talk.

March 5, 2007
The Leader of the Pack Is Back

Decades after her death-obsessed girl group, the Shangri-Las, was buried under litigation and changing pop tastes, Mary Weiss goes solo.

March 5, 2007
The Approval Matrix: Week of March 5, 2007

Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.

March 5, 2007
Remain in Light

Jeff Wall is the most exciting kind of contemporary artist—one who engages the past, and lives up to it.

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