By CORY SKLAR It's Oscar season again, which means close to nothing to music nerds. Most of the time, of course, the Oscars bring very little to the table in terms of great music. Sure, they have their Best Original Song and Best Score categories. And sure, sometimes Three 6 Mafia, Trent Reznor, or ... More >>
Weighing the gay voteThe gay-friendly, Dennis Herrera, San Francisco's city attorney who last year filed a lawsuit challenging the state's ban on gay marriage, "accidentally" referred to homosexuality as a sexual preference rather than an orientation. In other words, he made it sound like being g ... More >>
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The Brothers Affleck come through with a complex, sophisticated Boston crime drama
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Joe Carnahan's overly slick, heavily edited dark comedy works despite itself
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Paul Bettany gets medieval in The Reckoning
Matt Gonzalez wants to be mayor. And he doesn't mind climbing over fellow progressives to get the gig.
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Out of financial and creative bankruptcy, Marvel Comics is mighty once more
David Drake's one-man show is a charming, savage, and compelling snapshot of the ACT UP generation
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After years of creative drought, inspiration was again in long supply
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