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Must-See Art Events: Jog Your Way to Art Butter

by Paddy Johnson and Corinna Kirsch on September 23, 2013
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After a busy September, with weeks of mega-openings, there’s still plenty to do. Like make butter by working out with art duo PopSoda.

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Holidays Films for Grown-ups

by Reid Singer on December 16, 2011
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“The system is destructive: Grown-ups are ignored for much of the year, cast out like downsized workers, and then given eight good movies all at once in the last five weeks of the year.” Such was David Denby’s justification for letting an early review of “The Girl with the Dragon Tatoo” slip in The New Yorker before the film’s theatrical release, responding to an disapproving email from producer Scott Rudin for having violated the film’s press embargo date. Notwithstanding the terms of their disagreement (which, with Rudin’s retort, “You’re an honorable man,” sound pretty personal), Denby makes a good enough point. While you may feel guilty about buying into the late-December consumption spree, there are a few gems not to be missed.

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