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Music, Lass Call

Lass Call

If you think Lily Allen is a shameless self-promotion machine, you're half right. Allen can boast 78,808 friends listed on her MySpace page, long-form screeds in the New York Times and New Yorker, and a stranglehold on the blogosphere since…
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Music, Shifty Kids

Shifty Kids

Listening to Capture/Release, the full-length debut of Brit bonhomie quartet the Rakes, it's hard to nail down the band's M.O. Arty, fashionable post-punk? Literate, bookish noir rock? Lager-fueled, hard-cussing pub grunge? The record is inconclusive; these well-dressed blokes are masters…
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Dining, Dish Enchanted

Crunch, Sir

In the old game of "If you were stranded on a desert island, what three food items would you take with you?" I always say the same thing: really, really (really) good sourdough or German brown bread, a selection of…
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Calendar, Kid Stuff Time Out for Mime

Time Out for Mime

Marcel Marceau takes his bow SUN 4/13 Children are among the few who can enjoy French mime Marcel Marceau unironically: The rest of us have been ruined by mimecidal pop culture (think Shakes the Clown) and by the American boycott…
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Dining, Eat

Chic Simple Noodles

Pomelo is a delight: A neighborhood restaurant worth traveling to, it offers simple, high-quality international food for almost no money. The restaurant is very small, with walls the color of lemongrass. About half the seating is at the counter, which…
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