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Archives for September 2010
This week’s hounds look at unsettling art about childhood nostalgia, listen to new beats and rhymes from a Doomtree DJ, and soak up the oldest story in the world at the Southern.
A video that was either inspired by nightmares, or will inspire them.
New Coen Brothers movie trailer released
Birth and death come full circle.
Just like every weekend in Minnesota, this one features an “embarrassment of riches.”
The acclaimed author of “Freedom” speaks openly about lessons he’s learned since the release of his last novel “The Corrections.”
An old home in New London that houses new artworks, one of the nation’s premier film archivists shares some gems at the Heights Theatre, and a folkie with a knack for pop hooks, all get the coveted Art Hounds endorsement this week.
Marlon James’ novel is recognized for depicting the lasting devastation of slavery.
Steven Johnson argues that the “Eureka!” moment is overrated.