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  • Vol. 17, No. 28

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  • Collective power
  • Arts Feature
  • Collective power

    Find out what native South African author Mark Mathabane has to say about black culture in the United States.
  • The next life
  • Arts Feature
  • The next life

    Twyla Tharp premieres an astonishing work about the afterlife, and Jane Comfort unveils "Asphalt," a rock opera in progress.

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  • Film Review
  • Creative history

    "Sunshine" is the sad saga of a Jewish family in Hungary, while "Groove" paints a graceless picture of rave culture.

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