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Punch Drunk Love

10 years ago by Dave Herrera
Drunk dialing. C'mon, everyone's done it at least once. And those who say they haven't... well, those people are either full of fiction or hardline teetotalers who view abstinence as a virtue. Even if you do happen to fall into the latter category, chances are better than good that you've...
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Punch Drunk Love

10 years ago by Dave Herrera
Drunk dialing. C'mon, everyone's done it at least once. And those who say they haven't... well, those people are either full of fiction or hardline teetotalers who view abstinence as a virtue. Even if you do happen to fall into the latter category, chances are better than good that you've...
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Sandwich Wrapture: Devoted to Tortas A Toda Madre

7 months ago by Mark Antonation
When it comes to the Mexican sandwiches known as tortas, I’m a serial monogamist. I’ll find a torteria — you know, the one with the best tortas ever — and faithfully stick with it, at least until my devotion is diverted by the promise of something even better. In my...
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Ruby Sparks is a loser love story that's a critique of loser love stories

4 years ago by Nick Pinkerton
It's one of the most cherished legends of the American indie: A socially retarded ugly duck, despite making no effort to regulate his glaring emotional hangups, is discovered as a swan by a clearly out-of-his-league girl who loves him just the way he is. Buffalo '66 (1999) and Punch-Drunk Love...
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Six Places to Get Your Ugly Sweater On...and Where to Find Something Hideous to Wear

2 years ago by Susan Froyd
Ugly Christmas sweaters are big. Really big. That's partly because we are all becoming punch drunk with the holiday spirit, having been bombarded with sappy Christmas music and deals, deals, deals! -- ad nauseum -- for the last couple of weeks, since the 21st century modern world can't reconcile the...
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Instant Empire

4 years ago by Kelsey Whipple
In a perfect world, one in which the Mountain Goats and the Hold Steady run in slow motion across fields and inhabit a pastoral bungalow in Denver, Instant Empire would share a literal and figurative home with them. Dripping with ambition and driven by personal history, the five local storytellers...
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Stevie Wonder: One of the most important figures in black music and American culture

5 years ago by Ru Johnson
Everyone loves Stevie Wonder. If you haven't been at a basement party singing along to "I Just Called to Say I Love You" in punch-drunk love and harmony, you haven't lived. Born Stevland Hardaway Morris in 1950, Stevie Wonder was a child prodigy who has been blind since birth. His...
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...And the Black Feathers

3 years ago by Jon Solomon
While the ellipsis in front of ...And the Black Feathers might immediately draw comparisons to, well, a certain other band that has three dots before its name, that's essentially where the similarities end. That much is clear from the slow strum of the reverb-drenched guitar on "Evol (Part 1)," the...
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Adam Sandler Movies: Everything Old Is New Again

3 years ago by Nick Schager
Adam Sandler is successful because he's lazy. Not in the sense that he has no ambition, or doesn't want to work hard to maintain his status as America's big-screen comedy king. But in the sense that he has built an empire by doing the same things with the same people,...

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