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  • Auto Review: Hyundai - Creating a new Genesis

    It's hard to believe, but the Hyundai Genesis has been with us for five years. Time flies when you're rolling down the highway, and the company is marking its latest model year with an all-new second-generation version of their luxury-oriented sedan to...
  • Toronto Film Review: 'The New Girlfriend'

    An air of Hitchcockian menace and free-floating sexual perversity is by now nothing new for Francois Ozon, but rarely has this French master analyzed the cracks in his characters' bourgeois facades to such smooth and pleasurable effect as he does in...
  • Paul Rudd Replaces Jeff Bridges as Hyundai's Celebrity Spokesman

    Paul Rudd is in the driver's seat at Hyundai as the carmaker's new pitchman, replacing Jeff Bridges who has been the voice of the carmaker's commercials since 2007. Rudd's deal with the Korean automaker will last three years and already has begun with...
  • Review: Rascal Flatts at the Cruzan

    Review: Rascal Flatts at the Cruzan
     Of the five headliners on the 2014 Cruzan Country Megaticket, I'd rank Rascal Flatts No. 5, behind Luke Bryan, Brad Paisley, Tim McGraw and Jason Aldean.  That said, there's almost no such thing as a bad country concert, as 15,000 or so others will...
  • Review: Captain Black Big Band shows off freewheeling spirit at Williams Center

    Review: Captain Black Big Band shows off freewheeling spirit at Williams Center
    A big band suggests a picture of similarly dressed musicians behind stands with the bandleader’s initials, with tight arrangements of hit songs and short solos limited to a certain number of bars. That’s not the Captain Black Big Band, which...
  • Review: Cyro Baptista's Beat the Donkey shows it can't be beat at percussion at the Williams Center

    Review: Cyro Baptista's Beat the Donkey shows it can't be beat at percussion at the Williams Center
    Beat the Donkey means “Let’s Go!” in Brazil. It is also the name of a group led by world renowned percussionist Cyro Baptista that performed Wednesday at Lafayette College’s Williams Center in Easton. BTD entered onto a stage...
  • Film Review: 'No Good Deed'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Opened in the U.S. and Canada by Sony without press previews, and reportedly shot more than two years ago, this uninspired effort has nonetheless performed above expectations, and is expected to gross as high as $25 million...
  • Concert review: eighth blackbird at the MCA

    Concert review: eighth blackbird at the MCA
    The Italian form of theater known as Commedia dell'arte long has influenced visual artists and composers, and Friday night at the Museum of Contemporary Art the sextet known as eighth blackbird presented a new "musical fantasy" that again looked back to...
  • Review: 'Honeymoon' is a chilling newlywed nightmare

     Review: 'Honeymoon' is a chilling newlywed nightmare
    When a horror movie is called "Honeymoon," the obvious question is "When is it over?" (the honeymoon part, not the whole movie). For cheery young lovebirds Paul (Harry Treadaway) and Bea (Rose Leslie), who decamp to her family's lake house for post-...
  • Review: 'No Good Deed' ★1/2

    Review: 'No Good Deed' ★1/2
    Screen Gems ignores the Ray Rice controversy and national conversation about violence against women with "No Good Deed," a brutal thriller about, you guessed it, a "malignant narcissist" committing all sorts of violence against women. The team behind...
  • Toronto Film Review: 'The Reach'

    Judging by Michael Douglas' presence as producer and star, "The Reach" must have been some sort of passion project for the aging Hollywood icon. Well, as Pascal observed, the heart has its reasons -- which, in Douglas' case, remain impenetrable at the end...