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November 6, 2006
So Funny It Hurts

Borat’s uproarious, until he’s not. Riding the new wave of squirm comedy.

November 6, 2006
‘The Coast of Utopia’ by the Numbers

Just how enormous an undertaking is Tom Stoppard’s epic three-evening play about nineteenth-century Russian intellectuals? As the first third opens this weekend, a selective breakdown.

November 6, 2006
It’s Not Alright, Ma

As boomer Broadway wheezes its way into irrelevance with The Times They Are A-Changin’, a fresh voice emerges downtown.

November 6, 2006
The Big Chill

Brice Marden saw how to cool down Abstract Expressionism without quenching the fire.

November 6, 2006
The Approval Matrix: Week of November 6, 2006

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

November 6, 2006
Memory Banker: Pedro Almodóvar

Q&A with the 'Volver' director.

November 6, 2006
All About My Dead Mother

Volver’s heady pleasures expire a little too soon. Death of a President is a sleepy provocation.

November 6, 2006
Houses on Fire

This year may bring the craziest set of sales yet.

November 6, 2006
The Fine Print

Museums and galleries celebrate New York’s Print Week.

November 6, 2006
All Keyed Up

For the second year of the “Keys to the Future” festival, the program expands from two nights to three, in order to accommodate 27 works played by six expert pianists in three one-hour recitals per evening. Watch for these particularly promising performances:

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