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The zombie apocalypse might very well begin in Des Moines, IA. I can see em all now, loping out of the cornfield, eyes glaring like lost Wal-Mart dads. This guy at the show the night before claimed Iowa to have the highest level of radon in America. In the morning Aaron Lemay was watching Shaun ... More >>
Photos by Steve CohenRoger Waters' "The Wall" LiveOctober 27, 2010Xcel Energy Center, St. PaulSpoiler alert: despite the rumors, David Gilmour didn't make an appearance. Regardless, Roger Waters' front-to-back performance of The Wall was the ultimate in Pink Floyd fan indulgance, incorporating th ... More >>
Photo via WikipediaPZ Myers doesn't meet the New York Times oh-so-high standardsUniversity of Minnesota evolutionary biologist and outspoken atheist PZ Myers just doesn't cut the mustard, as far as the New York Times is concerned. His offense: Daring to call out corporations for seeking to in ... More >>
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Don't judge a faith by the actions of a radical few, Ellison saysIf you're Jewish and you don't like the way your people are portrayed on TV, you can complain. If you're Latino and you don't like the way Latinos are depicted on TV, you can complain. So what's the big deal when Muslims take ... More >>
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Full of itself and not half as funny as it thinks it is, Hamlet 2 is simply tragic
Here are the week's best releases from the pop-culture universe:
The 'South Park' boys pull the strings in the new 'America'
In his 30th year as the cinema's underdog schlockmeister, Lloyd Kaufman continues to do battle with Bush and bullshit
On their new reunion disc, The W, the cryptic Wu-Tang Clan make a sly feint at intelligibility
Two new talk shows strip Nineties manhood down to its soiled skivvies