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A&E Saves Your Summer

Eventually, even re-reading back issues of the Herald gets old, which is why the A&E Editors have decided to give you a guide to summer, lest you find yourself...

Music Review: Glass Drop

It’s odd and ironic that the new gold standard for an indie band’s success is how often their singles get played in car commercials. Case in point: Pheonix’s “1901,”...

Movie Review: Hanna

Half-thriller, half-bildungsfilm Hanna is strange, occasionally funny, and generally entertaining. But it lacks that element of surprise so necessary to successful thrillers; while it begins imaginatively, the film gradually...

Movie Review: The Conspirator

“For the lawyer as well as the soldier, there is an equally imperative command. That duty is to shelter from injustice the innocent, to protect the weak from oppression...

Music review: TV on the Radio

For some reason, the alternative band from Brooklyn, TV on the Radio, has slipped under my radar of hipster shit to listen to and pretend to like. Upon listening...

Movie Review: Sucker Punch

“Don’t ever write a check with your mouth that you can’t pay for with your ass.” By the time a character in Zack Snyder’s Sucker Punch offers this piece...

Movie Review: Jane Eyre

Many filmmakers seek to profit by adapting successful works of fiction—Jurassic Park, Harry Potter, and most recently, Twilight. Likewise, adaptations of more classical works of literature are nothing new....

music review: the weeknd

The advent of the Internet has irrevocably changed the face of the music industry; indeed, with the simultaneous—symbiotic, really—development of online music stores and piracy, it has become easier...