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Local opening date: 7/20/2007 Reviewed by Martha K. Baker They say that ours is an ironic age. Everything means something else than the words themselves. Well, for an exercise in things ironic - and hysterically funny - go see the…
Local opening date: 9/21/207 Reviewed by Diane Carson Canadian director David Cronenberg's last film, A History of Violence, made my top ten list for 2005 for its uncanny, brilliant ability to make us extremely uncomfortable rooting for the violence it…
Local opening date: 8/3/2007 Reviewed by Martha K. Baker Hector Perez arrived in New York City in 1963, his soul filled with the music of Puerto Rico. He joined the Latino music scene, met a star, Johnny Pacheco, the Dominican…
Local opening date: 6/29/2007 Reviewed by Martha K. Baker Admit it: sometimes you just look at a cast list and say, "Å“Hey with So-and-So, what can go wrong?"  or "Å“Look at all the A+ actors in this one "" it's…
Local opening date: 2/16/207 Reviewed by Diane Carson Factory Girl is not about a blue collar worker. Quite the contrary. The central, title character is Edie Sedgwick of blue-blood wealth; the factory, once a place where hats were manufactured, is…
Local opening date: 5/18/2007 Reviewed by Diane Carson It's not hard to imagine an espionage movie's being sexy, but funny, too? Writer/director Hal Hartley's Fay Grim manages both while also appealing to the intelligentsia. Fay Grim is a single mother.…
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Graham Pagano

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Graham Pagano's debut album Quit Complaining is a high charged mix of old and new music. his old blues and classic country feel blended up with a rock and roll attitude makes this stripped down album explode…