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  • Oct 30 - Nov 6, 2013
  • Vol. 30, No. 44
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Film

  • The wrenching, brilliant <i>12 Years a Slave</i>
  • The wrenching, brilliant 12 Years a Slave

    A well-respected, fiddle-playing family man living in 19th-century New York, Solomon Northrup's misfortune begins when two white scoundrels trick him into taking a touring gig, whereupon he's drugged, kidnapped and sold into slavery.

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  • A pint for Mr. Reed

    As famous as he was, Lou Reed's unwavering (if sometimes faltering) art kept him just at the fringes.

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