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Let Us Spray

While the geeks cream their jeans waiting for the iPhone, I'm waiting (much longer) for PT-141. And that ain't a patrol boat:“With PT-141, you feel good, not only sexually aroused,” reported anonymous patient 007, a participant in a Phase 2…

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Man Out of Time

Cleaning up some old bookmarks I decided to pay UBUWEB a visit and came across Orson Welles: The One Man Band, a 1995 documentary by Vassill Silovic that features fascinating bits and pieces from the numerous projects Welles started but…

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Herzog’s New Film

Went to a sneak preview last night of Werner Herzog's first big-budget Hollywood film, "Rescue Dawn," about Dieter Dengler (Christian Bale), a US pilot shot down over Laos and how he escapes internment. My review will come later, but in…

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The Death of the Record Industry

Rolling Stone has an article up about Who Killed the Record Industry. Answer: the companies themselves. So who killed the record industry as we knew it? "The record companies have created this situation themselves," says Simon Wright, CEO of Virgin…

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Hollywood Epic

I'm apparently three months late, but I didn't see anybody else post this. Annie Liebowitz shot a 16-page film noir story for Vanity Fair. And, well, everybody is in it: Jack Nicholson, Naomi Watts, Peter O'Toole, Sharon Stone, Penelope Cruz,…

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Arts Article: Lit Moon’s Midnight Sun Festival

ONSTAGE: Taking the Finnish line – Lit Moon presents four theater words from Finland
June 8, 2007 8:12 AM

Norway had Ibsen. Sweden had Strinberg. But more than that, those countries had promoters of their most famous playwrights in the English-speaking world.
But what about Finland? Enter Mikko Viherjuuri, a Finnish playwright, director and man with a mission. Also enter Lit Moon Theatre Company founder John Blondell, who was ready to listen. Now, they’re about to give Finnish theater some exposure with Lit Moon’s Midnight Sun Festival, opening tonight.

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