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Electric Bugaloo

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01/25/2001

I received an e-mail from an old friend the other day, who had written to tell me that he had just spotted a troubling Kenneth Cole billboard in his hometown of Boston. Apparently, the sign read, “Gold jewelry, big hair, President Bush.” Better hone your running man techniques in your basement,” he advised. The news…

Winter break movies: worth our salt?

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01/18/2001

by the Voice staff Cast Away (Robert Zemeckis, Fox) This movie, which sadly, will most likely win the Oscar for best picture, ought to have been left on its own deserted island where millions of viewers would not have had to suffer through its awful plot and sappy script. Wow, so Tom Hanks loses 50…

D.C.’s guide to modern architecture

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01/18/2001

by Kate Greenberg Welcome back to the Nation’s capital. After a month of vacation, I began to realize that the Hollywood sign and California modern homes of my native Los Angeles is a complete contrast to D.C.’s memorials and federal style homes. But I am going to take this time to pick out some highlights…

Dan & tha Damaja

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01/18/2001

Touching down in DC this Saturday night will be a hip-hop show like no other: Jeru the Damaja on the mic with Dan the Automator doing deck duty. At first the two seem like an unlikely couple, but it’s really not all that surprising that the Automator has hooked up with the lesser-known Jeru, whom…

Pu ert mj?g falleg

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01/18/2001

Sound, light! … words on paper … over-heard speech … the cat??you saw it … a dog … you realized! Sensations??out of context??grow new limbs. They cease to be actualized items, no longer real forms. By removing time and space from perception, impulse experience soon becomes entirely determined by individual personality. Walking through campus, you…

Honoring Women’s Creativity

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01/18/2001

Recognizing the importance of women’s contribution to American visual culture is the basis for “Women Designers in the USA, 1900-2000: Diversity and Difference,” currently on exhibit at The Bard Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts, Design and Culture in New York City. Far from the limiting realm of “high art,” including paintings and…


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