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  • Vol. 28, No. 37

Hopscotch Music Festival




  • Music Feature
  • Nobunny

    Bay Area garage rocker makes a new identity of rock 'n' roll references.
  • The guide to the week's concerts
  • Our guide to this week's shows
  • The guide to the week's concerts

    Big K.R.I.T., Transportation, Minor Stars, Los Lonely Boys, Atari Teenage Riot, Apache Relay, River City Extension, Greg Humphreys Cd Release, Low Anthem, William Elliott Whitmore, Ray Lamontagne & The Pariah Dogs, Brandi Carlile, Zoe Muth & The Lost High Rollers, Nick 13, Brett Detar, more



  • <i>ENRON</i>
  • Theater

    There's no shortage of comedy under Davis' direction, abetted by the brisk choreography of Robin Harris.
  • <i>Glass</i>
  • Theater
  • Glass

    In Glass, the images of both families are shot through with issues involving privacy, alienation, devotion, deformity, desperation and beauty...
  • Theater
  • The Paper Hat Game

    A real story, with inexplicable cruelty, struggle and loss, and an ambiguous ending.


  • <i>The Future</i> charts modern anxiety
  • Film Review
  • The Future charts modern anxiety

    The Future follows Sophie and Jason (July and Hamish Linklater, both of them sincere and focused), a couple in their mid-30s emerging from an agonizingly believable extended adolescence.


  • The erosion of civil liberties after 9/11
  • Jonathan Weiler
  • The erosion of civil liberties after 9/11

    The depressing reality of the post-9/11 era is that, while we insist on spreading the gifts of freedom, democracy and universal rights abroad, we have accepted an increasingly truncated view of those gifts at home.


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