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By Mizaru Recently in Salon.com comes the news that MGM studios is changing the villain from China to North Korea...
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By Jesse Coy Nelson Part 2: read part 1 here Seikima II/ Loudness,Vivaldi Park, Daemyeong, South Korea 9/3/10 - 9/4/10...
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By Jesse Coy Nelson For the first two songs, the impression that I got was a drunken karaoke session. Dylan...
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By Rishika Murthy Editor's note: The Local is 3WM's choice venue for the Dripan Art Walk in Liberation Village Turn...
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By Maria Borland Far from being radical or revisionist, the play is vague, bland and structurally bizarre. The first half...
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By Maria Borland I like the idea of open mic nights—the promise of variety, emerging talent, a sense of risk......
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By Alex Lowry The Monkees - Introduction (Hey hey we’re the...) This harmless tune is bright and cheery, yet there’s...
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By Kathy Fidler Despite a seating capacity of 450 and wait staff who move at lightning speed, there’s always a...
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By Kathy Fidler As you’ve probably noticed, it’s been raining A LOT lately, to the point where traipsing around unfamiliar...
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By Kathy Fidler On the northwestern edge of Seoul, about halfway to Ilsan on subway line three, there is a...
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by John Flynn This isn't to say that there aren't great songs on this album. "I Wanna Rock," "Vengeance is...
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by Jason Sander On July 9, Canadian indie-giant Caribou came to V-hall to grace Seoul with a moment of live...
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By Kathryn Fidler If you’ve been watching Top Chef the last two or three seasons, you might be aware that...
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By J. Lee Since 9/11, the so-called “Niebuhrmania” has generated fierce disputes among those who claim Niebuhr as their mentor...
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