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August 21, 2006
Tune In to the Undulating Curve of Shifting Expectations!

Now that TV’s leaked onto the Internet (and vice versa), high hopes for a new series can be dashed even before the show premieres.

August 21, 2006
Even More Inconvenient Truths

In the aftermath of catastrophe, rampant incompetence can be the worst disaster of all.

August 21, 2006
All Un-Alone in the City

Why the latest chatter about friendship doesn’t feel very relevant to New York.

August 21, 2006
Burning Down the House

With their parents’ full approval. Meet Care Bears on Fire.

August 21, 2006
The Approval Matrix: Week of August 21, 2006

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

August 21, 2006
An Afternoon in the Hudson Valley

Given that everyone in the art world goes to the country at this time of year, why shouldn’t you?

August 21, 2006
Dancing on the Edge

The Fringe Festival isn’t all about theater (though of course there’s plenty of that). The summer staple’s dance and movement-theater offerings have just as much potential as the dramas and musicals do.

August 21, 2006
On the Fringe

More Fringe Fest picks: four new plays and musicals from this week’s Off-Off extravaganza.

July 20, 2006
Jukebox

Three citizen critics of varying musical tastes rank a crop of recent albums from veteran rockers.

August 14, 2006
The Almodóvar Octet

To hype Pedro Almodóvar’s new fall movie, Volver, Sony is presenting “Viva Pedro”— a retrospective of eight films, beginning August 11. Which ones should you run to see?

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