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Is My Heart is an Idiot an act of utter solipsism or utter self-effacement?
Davy Rothbart's misadventures in David Meiklejohn's first feature film
| May 13, 2011
Blink and you'll miss it: sweet celeb cameos + an epic staring contest
How many awesome things can you find in this video? It's not a game; it's a legitimate question. Dan ‘Danimal' Konopka, drummer for think-outside-the-music-video-box OK...
| July 01, 2010
Sarah Vowell’s fifth book, The Wordy Shipmates (Riverhead) — released on October 7 — examines New England Puritans with a meticulously researched, critical-yet-comical eye.
The uptight killjoy in us
CAITLIN E. CURRAN
| October 09, 2008
Interview: John Hodgman
Long before John Hodgman became universally recognized as the systems-challenged PC in Apple’s ads, he was writing fake trivia for such publications as McSweeney’s and the New York Times Magazine.
One man's operating system
| October 08, 2008
The shores of cool
I’d love to get all swept up in the hullabaloo surrounding Liz Phair’s 1993, now seminal, now reissued Exile in Guyville , I really would.
Interview: Liz Phair paddles back to Guyville
| August 26, 2008
He speaks quickly, with a friendly, nervous laugh, in cadences that sound like a cross between Ira Glass and Martin Scorsese.
Interview: Keith Gessen’s young literary life
| April 15, 2008
Both mini-plays are stirring up non-stop giggles and guffaws at the Gamm.
Huzzahs for Gamm’s Santaland and Greetings
| December 11, 2007
Watch your back
The stage is set for surveillance.
Look out for Interference
| October 24, 2007
Seeing isn’t believing
Public radio has a number of gritty survival skills. One of these is the ability to fly under the pop-culture radar like an ambiguously cool former classmate.
Ira Glass takes This American Life to television
| March 14, 2007
The best of what's to come in March, April & May
| March 09, 2006
More than Mozart
One of the spring’s most exciting prospects is the premiere of John Harbison’s But Mary Stood: Sacred Symphonies for Chorus and Instruments.
Warming up with a busy concert season
| March 08, 2006
The Boston Symphony Orchestra, Celebrity Series, Emmanuel Music, Boston Early Music Festival, and more.
Winter concert preview: classical goodies in 2006
| January 14, 2006
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