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    Lewis Blows His Top

    Lewis Black: Red, White & Screwed(HBO) Like many other Daily Show success stories, Lewis Black is a comedian made for these times; his facial contortions and verbal tics are expressions of the Bush-era phrase "outrage overload." But unlike other bi...

    by Robert Wilonsky on October 5, 2006
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    Our top DVD picks for the week of October 5, 2006.

    Avenger (Warner Bros.) Calvaire: The Ordeal (Palm) Cedric the Entertainer: Taking You Higher (HBO) Changing Times (Koch Lorber) Confidence (Lionsgate) Deadfall (Lionsgate) Edmond (First Independent) The Greatest American Hero: Th...

    on October 5, 2006
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    Prism Break - Different approaches to abstraction are highlighted in two strong solos.

    There's one thing you can always expect from the Singer Gallery in the Mizel Center for Arts and Culture: high-quality art exhibits with some kind of intellectual content. So it's no surprise that EUGENE YELCHIN: A Thousand Casualties, a solo featuri...

    by Michael Paglia on September 28, 2006
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    Jennifer Hope: 4 new paintings and Mark Brasuell: Flaming - Edge Gallery

    The funky little Edge Gallery (3658 Navajo Street, 303-477-7173) is the city's oldest art co-op, which may be why it frequently hosts great pairs of solos. Currently, Edge is home to a couple of sophisticated shows dedicated to contemporary abstracti...

    by Michael Paglia on September 28, 2006
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    Sketches - Brief reviews of current shows

    Emilio Lobato and Martha Daniels. The solos that open the season at William Havu Gallery combine the disparate work of two of the area's best-known and well-regarded artists. On the walls is Emilio Lobato: Desde Siempre (Since Forever), which compri...

    on September 28, 2006
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    The Show Must Go On - Despite age, despite war, theater continues in The Dresser.

    The year is 1942, and England is at war. A revered but aging actor, identified only as Sir, is traveling the country, bringing Shakespeare to the provinces. Given the chaos of the times and the fact that most able-bodied Englishmen are fighting overs...

    by Juliet Wittman on September 28, 2006
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    Meeting of the Minds - Plenty of Time offers plenty to think about.

    Shadow Theatre Company's latest offering, Plenty of Time, is sweet, smart and a lot of fun. Like Bernard Slade's Same Time Next Year -- which author John She'vin Foster admits as an influence -- it chronicles a love affair in which the partners meet ...

    by Juliet Wittman on September 28, 2006
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    Now Playing - Brief reviews of current shows

    I Am My Own Wife. The subject of I Am My Own Wife is German transvestite Charlotte von Mahlsdorf, born Lothar Berfelde in 1928 Berlin, a collector of antiques who survived both World War II and the Communist years in East Germany. But the play is as...

    on September 28, 2006
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    Fourth and Inches - Madden NFL 07: New and slightly improved!

    Football is a game of inches. The same goes for the Madden series. Each fall, a new Madden game arrives, with a roster update and an incremental change in the game-play formula. Last year brought a "cone of vision" for the quarterback, which mostly...

    on September 28, 2006
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    Camel Light

    The Big Animal (Milestone) It's a simple yet lesser known law of comedy: Camels are always funny. There are the jaws that drool and chew side to side, the front legs that move like a human's, the humps -- but mostly it's the eyes: There's somethin...

    by Jordan Harper on September 28, 2006
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    Our top DVD picks for the week of September 28, 2006.

    Beowulf & Grendel (Anchor Bay) The Book of Daniel: The Complete Series (Universal) Bratz: Passion Fashion Diamondz (Fox) Con Man (Docurama) Curious George (Universal) Danger Mouse: The Final Seasons (A&E) Daniel Boone: Season 1 and ...

    on September 28, 2006
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    They're Off - Impressive solos at Havu and + start the season with a bang.

    William Havu Gallery is the only art shop in the city in its own specially designed building. That's why, when things are really cooking, as they are right now, the atmosphere is more like that of a small museum than a retail store. For his opening v...

    by Michael Paglia on September 21, 2006
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    WHAT SEASON IS THIS and Selective Vision: The Art of Digital Atelier - Walker Fine Art

    There are two interesting shows kicking off the fall season at Walker Fine Art (300 West 11th Avenue, #A): WHAT SEASON IS THIS, which is in the front and combines paintings by Don Quade and sculptures by Paula Castillo; and, in the back, Selective Vi...

    by Michael Paglia on September 21, 2006
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    Sketches - Brief reviews of current shows

    Eugene Yelchin. Over the past several years, Singer Gallery director Simon Zalkind has often presented exhibits highlighting the work of Jewish artists who hail from the former Soviet Union. And for these exhibits, Zalkind has turned to Mina Litinsk...

    on September 21, 2006
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    Hallelujah! - Tartuffe: Born Again gives you reason to believe -- in the value of theater.

    When Freyda Thomas's adaptation of Molire's Tartuffe was shown at Circle in the Square a decade ago, it received a dismissive review from the New York Times. The seventeenth-century classic is about a religious con man whose false piety ensnares a p...

    by Juliet Wittman on September 21, 2006
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    Sugar Substitute - Neither bittersweet nor truly fluffy, Sweet Charity fails to satisfy.

    Charity Hope Valentine is a loving and trusting soul, perpetually betrayed by the men she loves but always willing to give her heart again. She works at a dance hall, flirting and dancing for money. Sweet Charity, with a book by Neil Simon and songs ...

    by Juliet Wittman on September 21, 2006
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    Now Playing - Brief reviews of current shows

    I Am My Own Wife. The subject of I Am My Own Wife is German transvestite Charlotte von Mahlsdorf, born Lothar Berfelde in 1928 Berlin, a collector of antiques who survived both World War II and the Communist years in East Germany. But the play is as...

    on September 21, 2006
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    Puddle of Fun - LocoRoco is the perfect one-night stand.

    LocoRoco arrived with impossibly high expectations. This ridiculously cute new game for the PlayStation Portable debuted as a demo in April, and since then, the gaming press has tripped over itself to anoint it the successor to Katamari Damacy or G...

    by KEVIN HOFFMAN on September 21, 2006
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    Poetry and Puncture Wounds

    The Proposition (First Look) There's an old saying about Ginger Rogers, who did everything Fred Astaire did -- but backwards and in heels. This Australian western seems to be saying something similar about gritty American westerns: You think that's...

    by Robert Wilonsky on September 21, 2006
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    Our top DVD picks for the week of September 21, 2006

    After Sex (New Yorker) Bob & Tom Radio: The Comedy Tour (Image) The Boris Karloff Collection (Universal) Crossing the Bridge: The Sound of Istanbul (Strand) 8th & Ocean: The Complete First Season (Paramount) Fabulous! The Story of Quee...

    on September 21, 2006
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