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Anime Mania: Evangelion 2.0

Before I get into the meat of this review, first I need to drop a disclaimer. I am a huge fan of the original nineties anime Neon Genesis Evangelion! So, when the opportunity to review the second installmen...
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Festival Screening: Boy Wonder

“Superhero movies are hot.” It’s something, I guarantee you, has been slipping from the lips of Hollywood execs since Bryan Singer launched the X-Men film franchise based on Stan Lee’s narrative comment on t...
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Laughing Matters: Daniel Tosh is coming to town

Like a fashionably late Santa Clause, comedian Daniel Tosh is swinging into town to perform two shows, back-to-back at The Wells Fargo Theatre on Jan 15, but you better act quick if you want to sit on Santa’s...
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Laughing Matters: Tig Notaro

 Comedienne Tig Notaro (affectionately named by her brother as a child) is finding her way into everything lately. She’s a cop on The Sarah Silverman Project, a touring comedian, actress, and you can even have ...
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Moving Pictures: True Grit

 When No Country for Old Men came out in 2007, the Coen Brothers hearkened back to a pacing that took its time to find its own path, like a gentle stream, instead of the broken dam style that plagues modern...
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Brain Pickin’: Loni Love

Loni Love is best known for her quick wit on E!'s Chelsea Lately, but this comic diva started her journey from the projects in Detroit on the show Star Search. 303's Ben Simkins sat down with Love to talk about...
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Hindsight: Mago-Gogo @ Wazee Union

The sun dipped over the rusting warehouses on the wrong side of the tracks. The symbiotic business/art space, Wazee Union, sat skirting said tracks, seemingly leaving the decision of which side it was on up to ...