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To keep tabs on how Duck Down maintains its hardcore tradition despite also expanding with MTV-friendly acts like Kidz in the Hall, you need look no farther than Ruste Juxx and Marco Polo.
Ruste Juxx and Marco Polo talk Duck Down
| April 16, 2010
Review: Good Hair
According to Chris Rock, this documentary directed by Jeff Stilson was born when his young daughter asked him: “Daddy, how come I don’t have good hair?”
Chris Rock will make your head itch to know more
| October 23, 2009
I haven’t come hereto academically justify West Coast credos about assimilating hoes into housewives. Instead I’ve come to mourn the commercialization of misogynistic rap lyrics.
Hip-Hop Misogyny: It Ain’t What It Used To Be
| July 24, 2009
“The thing that’s most gratifying to me is that the artists themselves like it and respect it, ’cause I’m trying to tell their story,” says Brian Coleman.
Boston author to drop another canonical tome
| March 13, 2007
Facing off over Facebook
Students, be warned: the college of your choice may be watching you. Post at your own peril: The risks of sticking it to the man on Facebook. By Adam Reilly
Who’s looking at you, kid?
GREG LUKIANOFF AND WILL CREELEY
| March 02, 2007
Tears of joy
The best reality show ever will be called Monarch , and it will feature Donald Trump, Asia Carrera, Tony Robbins, Andy Rooney, Barbara Bush, Chuck D, Mike Barnicle, Bianca Jagger, Steve-O, former senator Conrad Burns, Soledad O’Brien, and General John A
The best reality show ever — and the real ones
| November 28, 2006
Just the facts
I’m writing about your article “ Pardon Us .”
Letters to the Boston editor: November 17, 2006
| November 15, 2006
Pity the fools
I would have begun this column by declaring that it’s impossible not to like Mr. T — his meaty good cheer, his pantomime gruffness — were it not that my wife seems to find it quite easy.
Mr. T and Ice-T get real
| November 14, 2006
This article originally appeared in the August 14, 1992 issue of the Boston Phoenix .
This year’s model offers much more than music
| October 25, 2006
You could argue that rap metal reached its apex with Body Count’s homonymous 1992 debut and its controversial “Cop Killer.”
Murder 4 Hire | Escapi
| September 18, 2006
DJ culture has always been about the party.
A-Trak and Spank Rock aim to keep asses moving
| April 27, 2006
Def and dumb
Fight for NY is punch-drunk
| October 24, 2005
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