Volume 42 Number 38
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Top Chef jabbed
Can incest and vengeance right an upside-down world?
Dynasty Handbag, George Michael, and more
Choreo-poems give the quadruple threat's perspective on the history of hip-hop
Charleston septet channel the Beach Boys' "teenage symphonies to God"
Dubstep crossover king
Tuya's Marriage comments on capitalism
William T. Wiley's anti-genre-fication catalog reaches a grinning pinnacle
Seun Kuti and Egypt 80 bring Fela Kuti's fiery sounds to a new generation
The Seattle group grounds itself in twang and drone
Samuel R. Delany, science fiction writer and tea-room queer
10 out of 100 bloody good reasons to see Dario Argento's Mother of Tears
Hong Sang-soo loosens up with Woman on the Beach
Tom Kalin's Savage Grace is shallow and graceless
Blood on the screen at this year's fest, with Cthulhu, Socket, and even more gore
Two views of Be Like Others
A Horse is not a Metaphor is not a disease film
Wild Combination touches the spirit of Arthur Russell
The custom of the country
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Free, accessible, and dangerous? Hardly.
Women are casualties as St. Anthony shuts Marian Residence
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