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Raising Renee: A Sit Down With the Subject of the Powerful New Documentary

Written by Noah Wunsch on . Posted in Film, NY Press Exclusive

Raising-Renee_Beverly-Front-steps-one300dpi Documentarian Jeanne Jordan and painter Beverly McIver both attended an advanced study in the Radcliffe Institute at Harvard. Bev’s studio was right next door to Jordan’s, and the two became fast friends. Jordan marveled at her neighbor’s large-scale paintings, which reminded her of graphic film stills. The two began socializing outside of work, Jeanne inviting [&hellip
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Caris Reid: These Are Your Dreams

Written by Noah Wunsch on . Posted in Arts & Film

Caris_Reid_withsrgbprofile Don’t be surprised if you have déjà vu looking at Caris Reid’s artwork. There’s a recognizably eerie nostalgia to all of her pieces. The colors are alternately bright and haunting. Her subjects are beautiful and cold all at once. Where have I seen this before? You’ll wonder. And then it’ll hit you. These are your [&hellip
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Superbowl 2012: The Year of the Music-Savvy Commerical

Written by Noah Wunsch on . Posted in Arts & Film, Music

SuperBowlCommercialsLeadRo Another Super bowl has come and gone with the Giants taking Lombardi home. Going off of last year’s record breaking notch of 111 million viewers, and America’s “just keep gettin’ better” mentality, it’s likely that an astronomical number of people sat down and tuned in last night. At least they better have. Advertisers were charged [&hellip
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Book of Mormon Takes it Home: A Sit Down with Trey Parker & Robert Lopez

Written by Noah Wunsch on . Posted in Arts & Film, NY Press Exclusive, Theater

mormon-blog480 The 54th Grammy’s are coming up, and while we’re excited that the awards are starting to recognize more alternative acts like Bon Iver, Skrillex and The Decemerbists, there’s really only one nom we’re interested in and that’s… Best Musical Theater Album? OH YEAH! Trey Parker, Matt Stone and Robert Lopez, the men behind The Book [&hellip
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