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Much of the success of last year's critical darling "Lost in Translation" hinged on a great American comic actor playing the role of a man completely lost in a strange world he doesn't understand and playing that role with just the right mixture of pathos and silliness.
"Undermind," Phish's latest and final studio album does not sound like the work of a band on the verge of breaking up.
The existence of the D-Plan provides a significant challenge to campus performing groups as it forces them to persevere each term without key members.
As Dartmouth sets into its third week of summer, the double-platinum, Grammy-nominated and internationally renowned musician Johnny Clegg will perform with his current outfit The Johnny Clegg Band in Spaulding Auditorium Wednesday at 7 p.m.
Clegg, formerly of the bands Juluku (meaning "Sweat" in Zulu) and Saluka ("We Have Risen") will cap off the day's African-themed events, consisting of a 3 p.m.
After six years off, 'To The Five Boroughs' is a welcome return
Of all the "Saturday Night Live" alums to make the inevitable jump to the big screen, only a few -- such as Chevy Chase, Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray, Eddie Murphy and Mike Myers -- have been able to amass a body of work that has achieved box-office success and also garnered at least some degree of critical acclaim.
Kicking off Tubestock weekend, blues musician and two-time Grammy award winner Keb' Mo' will perform songs off of his latest album, "Keep It Simple" with his band in Spaulding Auditorium at 7 p.m.
When one reflects on the quality of Will Smith's recent work, the skepticism surrounding "I, Robot" becomes understandable.
Circus-like Bread and Puppet group entertains, bewilders
Apparently, the Bema is more than just a pre-Freshmen DOC trip and late-night hotspot.
The world does not stop for Dartmouth. While members of the Class of 2006 spent this past weekend entertaining their parents with on-campus barbecues and prostituting younger siblings out to their Greek organizations, celebrity life continued as usual.
For a band as prolific as Van Halen, compiling a truly representative greatest hits album is a nearly impossible task.
BOSTON, July 31 -- After eight years of performing as a group, the band Dispatch reunited Saturday for a final performance following their 2002 breakup.
Students working with the International Humanitarian Foundation to help raise money for a small Costa Rican community will unveil the pictorial story of its ambition in an art opening Thursday night in Collis.
The 13 original oil paintings by prominent indigenous Costa Rican artist Fran Vazquez, which have been hanging on the walls of the Collis Cafe since Friday, are part of a children's book, which will be published and sold in the local area to benefit the Cabecar community of Lower Chirripo in Costa Rica.
The pictures tell the story of a young indigenous man who leaves the mountain village in search of fame and fortune, only to return to the values and the lifestyle he knew as a child.
"It's about being able to hold onto your past and how important that is while at the same time striving for something new.
The highly acclaimed Ju Percussion Group, winner of several international awards, will perform at 8 p.m.
Most famous for the hit theme song "Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?" as a member of the group Rockapella, Sean Altman will soon bring his catchy voice to Lone Pine Tavern.
Celebrated for his part on the popular children's television program, Altman, who will perform at Dartmouth on August 22, describes his music as contemporary rock and cites the Beatles and the Beach Boys as his greatest musical influences.
Michael Mann has set the bar so high for himself that "Collateral," a top-notch film on its own merits, could actually be considered a misstep by his standards.
Nathan's Garden, a quiet, spacious park at the intersection of Maple Street and Downing Road, may play host to more than an occasional birdwatcher this weekend.
The Displaced Theater Company's summer production, consisting of four one-act plays tied together by original monologue, is set to run on Friday, Saturday and Sunday in the garden, weather permitting.
The plays will follow "one convoluted but interesting train of thought throughout the whole performance," according to Cole Entress '06, one of five actors.
"The Manchurian Candidate" -- a remake of an identically named film from 1962 -- is an unsettling thriller that plays on our rabid fascination with conspiracy theory, political corruption and mind control.
The film is characterized by an overwhelming sense of paranoia, a feeling sustained throughout the piece that wreaks havoc on both the protagonist and the audience alike.
COVENTRY, Vt. -- Pouring rain, sinking cars and over 40 hours of bumper-to-bumper traffic failed to keep legions of loyal Phish fans from making their way to a dairy farm in Coventry, Vt.