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  • Jun 25 - Jul 1, 2014
  • Vol. 36, No. 25

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  • Reduxion Theatre's <i>Henry V</i> is a well-acted, niftily presented affair
  • Arts
  • Reduxion Theatre's Henry V is a well-acted, niftily presented affair

    In the prologue to Shakespeare’s Henry V, Chorus asks, “Can this cockpit hold the vasty fields of France? Or may we cram within this wooden O the very casques that did affright the air at Agincourt?” The answer to Reduxion Theatre Company’s production, now at the Broadway, is a satisfying, “Yes.”
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  • Film review: <i>Neighbors</i>
  • Film
  • Film review: Neighbors

    Based solely on the way the film has been marketed, it would be easy to write off Neighbors as yet another Seth Rogen stoner-com — or worse, frat-com — yet doing so would miss the mark entirely.
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Music

  • Album review: Deus Eyeslow &#151; <i>Lyrical Voodoo</i>
  • Music Reviews
  • Album review: Deus Eyeslow — Lyrical Voodoo

    With his third mixtape, Lyrical Voodoo, Deus Eyeslow feels primed and ready to ascend to the local scene’s upper echelon rather than fall back with the rest of the pack. The charismatic record is chock-full of whip-smart, progressive party rap brought to life with an ease that’s hard to come by — a glassy-eyed daze but racing mind echoing Curren$y or Schoolboy Q.
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