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Manhattanites Unite

Please Give doles out just the right touch

Movie Reviews Whiny, self-absorbed urban yuppies? Yes, please! Especially if the director doing the ethnographic surveying is the shaggy-cool Nicole Holofcener, who invests her characters with just the right balance of an...

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

SFR Talk: The Set Up Man

With Paul Horpedahl

Interviews Each summer, the Santa Fe Opera puts on 38 different performances of five shows. Paul Horpedahl is the SFO’s understated production director.

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Loose Lips

There’s no secret to this everyday crime drama

Movie Reviews Benjamin Esposito (Ricardo Dar'n) is at the end of his professional career as a court investigator, but remains haunted by one case. In 1974, he was assigned to investigate the vicious rape and murder of a love...

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Diving in the Desert

Summer Guide My dive buddy, a German road tripper Id met 10 minutes before descending, gave me the OK signal with his hand and smiled through his regulator. We continued upward along the perimeter of the Blue Hole, wh...

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Having Fun

Head to the ballpark for an afternoon of family-friendly fun

Summer Guide Capital H, capital F. With parenthood comes the responsibility (and the desire) to Have Fun with one’s children—especially in the summertime. Each sunny, school-free day seems like an opportunity to...

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Cut it Down

Splice puts a little too much together

Movie Reviews How do we account, Splice asks, for the kindred dorkdom of lab-cloistered scientists and monster-movie completists? Are we talking nature or nurture here?

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Accidental Wilderness

In the West, a legacy of nuclear contamination has created lands that are both poisoned and pristine.

Features On a clear day with only a slight breeze, Heidi Newsome walked up a canyon seeking signs of the rare ferruginous hawk, so named for the rusty hue of its feathers. In a week, pink phlox would carpet the undulati...

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Game Over

Did video games kill the movie star?

Movie Reviews It would be easy to go into Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time believing cinema is dead—and even easier to believe after coming out of it.

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Foursquare

The Square has just the right number of angles

Movie Reviews We moviegoers can be such assholes. It’s not enough to project our shabby selves into so many better-looking lives. Just as often, apparently, we need to sit back in the dark doing nothing while other les...

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Robbing Whom?

Something is missing in Robin Hood

Movie Reviews It’s true: There is no reason for another Robin Hood movie. But of course the Hollywood tradition of Robin Hood movies is to keep making them anyway. So here’s Ridley Scott’s Robin Hood, anoth...

Wednesday, May 19, 2010
 
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