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Arts & Entertainment

He the Deejay

by Tom Horgen
Published October 10, 2002

El-P and his Def Jux monolith hovered over Minneapolis several weeks ago. But underground hip hop has felt this looming presence for more than a year. Since mid-2001, when El-P introduced Cannibal Ox to...

Tutu or Not Tutu

by Max Sparber
Published October 10, 2002

Swan Lake, that hoary old classic of ballet by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky, is not famous for raising critical hackles - but, then, really, how much ire can be raised by a story of songbirds in love? Louise...

A Cold, Cold Omaha

by Niels Strandskov
Published October 10, 2002

Punk Rock Omaha is that rarity in theater: an improv-based play that is actually funny. Not just dry-chuckle-at-a-play-on-words funny either, but gnashing, hard-hitting, ironic funny that lampoons its...

Don’t Bite My Style

by Max Sparber
Published October 10, 2002

As more evidence that there just ain't no justice in this world, who do we find at the helm of the latest incarnation of Thomas Harris's trilogy of books detailing the awful appetite of Hannibal "The Cannibal"...

These Boys Know How to ‘Rawk’

by Nathan Hall
Published October 10, 2002
LIKEHELL: Untitled Promo Demos, 2 CDs (Allied Chemical Records)

I Wanna Be Where the Bands Are

by Brianna Riplinger
Published October 10, 2002

I have been going to concerts since I was a 3-year-old. My dad, a fellow music worshiper and constant concert companion, took me to see my favorite band at the time, Culture Club. I can remember the colors...

Sublime Circus

by Amy Danielson
Published October 3, 2002
Often Referred To as a Magician by Critics, Goebbels Relishes in Mixing Musical Genres

Trenchcoat Science at The Jungle

Published October 3, 2002

The Jungle's adaptation of Tom Stoppard's Hapgood succeeds rather peculiarly by reveling in silence. The players here recognize the value and beauty inherent within the absence of sound. As Einstuerzende...

Perils of Pauline

by Monica LaBelle
Published October 3, 2002
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A Fiercer Hell

by Niels Strandskov
Published October 3, 2002

Despite the number of film appearances that Satan has racked up, there are comparatively few cinematic portrayals of hell. Not only that, but movie hell is too mannered - too cartoonish and clichéd...

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