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The Parallax View -1974

Today we take on another thrilling Alan J. Pakula movie, the classic Parallax View released 1974, starring Warren Beatty as a third rate reporter-investigator seeking his breakthrough. 1,050 more words


Where to go before the end of the month? The Passenger!

I can’t tell you how sad I am that The Passenger is closing.  This is a place I would go with my friends, take my parents, go on dates to – you name it!   40 more words


The five movies you need to see in Madison: Dec. 5-11, 2014

1. “The Homesman” (all week, Sundance) — I really liked Tommy Lee Jones’ last film as a director, “The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada,” and this Western also looks strong. 256 more words

#SfN14 highlights: the best burger at the SfN

Let’s get straight to business: the best burger at the Society for Neuroscience’s annual meeting, when it is held in Washington DC like this year, is served meters away from the Convention center, in a dark, narrow bar recalling the ones that you can find all over Brooklyn: … 176 more words

SfN 2014

POP POV: Iggy Pop VS Edward Hopper

This idea has long been in the works; two pieces of art – one song, one painting – compared in theme, feeling, style, etc. Studying art is a huge passion of mine, and so often a piece of music and a painting speak to me in similar ways. 276 more words