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Phish Makes Triumphant Return To MSG With Light Textures & Deep Grooves (SHOW REVIEW)

Phish returned to Madison Square Garden (MSG) in downtown New York City last night to kick off their annual four-show holiday run. Billed jokingly as their triumphant return to the hallowed arena, after their historic ...

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The Film And TV Moments That Defined 2017

The moments on the big and small screen that shaped this year's entertainment

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Wannabe Revisits His Favorite Albums of 2017 (Part 1)

In the first of two installments of Wannabe, artist Chris Prunckle revisits his favorite albums of 2017, in his signature six-panel comic strip form. Click on the image for full resolution (best viewed on desktop): See also: Glide‘s Top 20 Albums of 2017

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Herbie Hancock’s 2007 Grammy Winning ‘River-The Joni Letters’ Celebrates Ten Year Anniversary with Expanded 2-CD Edition (ALBUM REVIEW)

Just in time for perhaps a late gift, of this century’s most decorated jazz albums, Herbie Hancock’s River-The Joni Letters, is now available in a double CD format containing four new tracks that are appearing ...

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‘The Art Of Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Enriches The Movie-Going Experience

With nearly two weeks of its theatrical run under its belt, debates over the merit of Star Wars: The Last Jedi don’t show any signs of letting up (you can read our review here). But ...

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Aaron Sorkin Delights with His Cinematic Directorial Debut ‘Molly’s Game’ (FILM REVIEW)

Jessica Chastain offers a brilliant performance in this witty thriller.

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‘Downsizing’ Thinks Too Small for Its Own Good (FILM REVIEW)

A valiant effort, sure, but Alexander Payne misses the mark big time.

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‘The Post’ is the Tribute to Journalism We Need Right Now (FILM REVIEW)

Spielberg returns to form with this journalism thriller.

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‘Eyes of the World: Grateful Dead Photography 1965-1995’ Showcases Fundamental Creativity of The Dead (BOOK REVIEW)

There’s virtually no text within the approximately two-hundred seventy-five pages of Grateful Dead Photography, but there doesn’t need to be. Apart from the acknowledgments, a listing of credits and a foreword from Graham Nash, only ...

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The Best and Worst at Day For Night 2017 (FESTIVAL REVIEW)

As a native Houstonian, it is a strange feeling to have an event in our city considered the paradigm of ‘cool’. Sure, Houston has incredible museums, an expansive ethnic food offering, and is home to ...

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