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  • Vol. 26, No. 10



  • American Aquarium
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  • American Aquarium

    During a rare break in their touring schedule, we recently sat down with frontman B.J. Barham, lead guitarist Ryan Johnson and bassist Bill Corbin to dissect a handful of the songwriters that soundtrack their cross-country treks.




  • <i>Che</i> is abstract and wild
  • Film Review
  • Che is abstract and wild

    Che: Part I is hypnotic and inky; it makes such appealing use of every kind of light that form and color are more its subjects than revolutionary politics or the treatment of an icon.
  • <i>The Class</i> is flawed but riveting
  • Film Review
  • The Class is flawed but riveting

    Set squarely inside the walls of a racially mixed, inner city Parisian middle school, The Class lays bare the increasingly uneasy relationship between teacher and student as an extended power struggle for classroom supremacy.




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