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Arts & Entertainment

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ABC’s ‘Resurrection’ explores themes of faith

Imagine losing a loved one, grieving their death, eventually finding peace and moving on. But what if that loved one cam...

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Cinematically beautiful ‘Walter Mitty’ still lacking

It’s a beautiful picture. Rolling hills, unscalable mountains, deep and vast oceans. The kind of picture that ignites ...

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NBC’s funny and heartfelt ‘About a Boy’ impresses

“About a Boy,” the new hit comedy from producer Jason Katims, started out as a book by Nick Hornby. It was made into...

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Synthetic funk act Com Truise’s ‘Wave 1’ impresses

Though our culture is beginning to embrace the ‘90s as a source of nostalgia, the long reign of the 1980s over our col...

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‘12 Years a Slave’ and ‘Gravity’ dominate this year’s Academy Awards

“12 Years a Slave” and “Gravity” were the big winners at an Academy Awards full of reliable hosting and few surp...

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Beck’s new ‘Morning Phase’ impresses

To call Beck a folk musician, you would have to make a point of clarifying what you mean. Someone more familiar with his...

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The CW’s ‘Star-Crossed’ is predictable, but has potential

Admittedly, when I first read about the CW’s new series “Star-Crossed,” I was skeptical. It sounded interesting bu...

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The Oscar for biggest snub goes to . . .

Critics almost universally recognized 2013 as a fantastic year in cinema. Renowned film critic David Edelstein even went...

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Fallon brings ‘The Tonight Show’ back to New York

A transformation in television history was made last week; it came from the heart of New York City. “The Tonight Show,...

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Grammys reflect an introspective and retro society

In past years when we turned on the top hits radio station in the family car, my dad patiently listened with us but neve...