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August 7, 2006
It’s the Little Things

In petite portraits of princes and princesses—and even of himself— Liotard found depths of personality.

August 7, 2006
The Approval Matrix: Week of August 7, 2006

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

August 7, 2006
Monster in a Box

Grendel’s visual pleasures can’t overcome a blah score that’s all pastiche.

August 7, 2006
An Hour in Chelsea

Three solo shows—big work by big names—to distract you from the heat.

August 7, 2006
Eat, Drink, Be Merry

Most of the time, opera is a strictly no-food-and-drink affair. Not this week.

August 7, 2006
Hot!

Highlights from the annual Celebration of Queer Culture at Dixon Place.

August 7, 2006
Take a Seat

Our picks from HERE Arts Center’s American Living Room Festival of new work by emerging playwrights and directors.

July 24, 2006
Luxury Tattooing

In an age of fast-food body modification, what does the guy who inks Slayer and Jann Wenner do? Open an appointment-only atelier in Chelsea.

July 24, 2006
Inspector Lewis

What could have been a disaster or an insult—bringing Kevin Whately’s Robbie Lewis back to Oxford after the death of John Thaw’s Inspector Morse—turns out instead to be one of the most satisfying two-hour Mystery!s in years.

July 24, 2006
Life on Mars

Manchester police detective Sam Tyler (John Simm) is in hot pursuit of a serial killer who’s kidnapped Tyler’s girlfriend when he’s hit by a car and knocked all the way back into 1973, where the cops are innocent of cell phones, DNA profiles, and scruples about roughing up suspects and planting evidence.

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