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So many big changes have taken place at the Reader in recent years, from minor masthead shifts to several handovers in ownership. We have new print facilities. (Do you like the new cover stock?) We made new T-shirts. Few changes are likely to be as impactful, however, as the one we’re about to make: the […]
Among the voters: Freddy Krueger, a bunny, a shark, and Prince.
A comics review of a horror-themed strip show.
Smart Museum of Art captures the sights and sounds of the long-running ‘happening.’
Veteran chef Richard Zhou conjures a rare regional specialty in a tiny stall in a Chinatown basement food court.
But a too-small storefront and singers who can’t do the original score justice crush the humor.
The movie version of the first post-Stieg Larsson Lisbeth Salander novel forgets that its heroine is more than a victim.
Anyone involved in that history may be distracted by the gaps and omissions.
Dan Savage advises a kinky bisexual who thinks of partners only platonically after sex, and more.
Still, BoHo Theatre’s production is earnest and likable.
The new take gives a well-worn story a modern sense of urgency.
Theatre Y’s adaptation gets distracted by lots of clunky video-projection gimmickry.
On his sophomore album, Noir, Smino highlights his rap skills without abandoning the soulful singing of Blkswn.