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October 16, 2006
Arriving at the Center

The standouts from American Ballet Theatre’s City Center season, starting this week.

October 9, 2006
Stealing Harvard

Club crashers praise the best free workout in midtown (they dont check I.D.’s, SATs).

October 9, 2006
Jay-Z’s Return KOs Nas

Bring that beef back.

October 9, 2006
Heroes

If they weren’t in New York to begin with, you can bet that this gang—the Japanese salaryman who teleports, the Indian genetics professor with a superpowers theory, the Las Vegas stripper with a guardian-angel doppelgänger, the beat cop who hears what people think, the high-school cheerleader who can walk through fire, the male nurse who can fly, and the drug-addicted artist who is painting the horrific future—would wind up in this city together.

October 9, 2006
Runaway

We’ve been here many times before, with a whole family on the run, although this time, at least, it has nothing to do with the witness-protection program.

October 9, 2006
Casanova

When you’ve got Peter O’Toole in a Masterpiece Theatre mini-series, who cares how many liberties teleplaywright Russell T. Davies took with the confabulations of Giovanni Giacomo Casanova?

October 9, 2006
Falling Flat

Men in Trees is Northern Exposure Lite—and it’s not the only new comedy that’s depressingly familiar.

October 9, 2006
The Dictator’s M.D.: James McAvoy

At the Toronto Film Festival, the 27-year-old Scottish actor was touted as the next Ewan McGregor, thanks to starring roles in three movies, including The Last King of Scotland, in which McAvoy plays Idi Amin’s (fictional) physician.

October 9, 2006
Rats in a Cage

Everyone’s going to hell in The Departed, and Martin Scorsese has fun killing them off along the way.

October 9, 2006
Anomie Planet

Eric Bogosian updates subUrbia to 2006. Or tries to.

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