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Paradise, 1.5 miles: Can Lana Del Rey Actually Sing? Sasha Frere-Jones attends her show at The Wooly: nyr.kr/OJg9r4 (Photograph by Benjamin Lozovsky/BFAnyc.)

Paradise, miles: Can Lana Del Rey Actually Sing? Sasha Frere-Jones attends her show at The Wooly: (Photograph by Benjamin Lozovsky/BFAnyc.

Rickie Lee Jones discusses her new album "The Devil You Know," and the art of the cover song with Ben Greenman: http://nyr.kr/RhaHue (Photograph by Myriam Santos.)

Talking with Rickie Lee Jones

Rickie Lee Jones discusses her new album "The Devil You Know," and the art of the cover song with Ben Greenman: http://nyr.kr/RhaHue (Photograph by Myriam Santos.)

"...the Grammys felt like a visit to the wreck of the Concordia." Sasha Frere-Jones reviews the 2013 Grammy Awards: http://nyr.kr/Xxukxe (Photograph by Joe Klamar/AFP/Getty.)

Grammys, 2013

"...the Grammys felt like a visit to the wreck of the Concordia." Sasha Frere-Jones reviews the 2013 Grammy Awards: http://nyr.kr/Xxukxe (Photograph by Joe Klamar/AFP/Getty.)

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After thirty years of marriage, a middle-aged couple attends an intense counseling weekend to decide the fate of their marriage. Meryl Streep, Tommy Lee Jones movies-i-want-to-see

Read Pauline Kael’s 1973 review of a compilation film of Sid Caesar’s sketches, which traces the arc of his career.

Pauline Kael on Sid Caesar

In Pauline Kael called Sid Caesar, who died today, “a special kind of comic actor.

Richard Brody: "A philosophical travelogue, an allegorical romance, a grandly symphonic visual realization of cultural history—'Interlude' is one of [Douglas] Sirk’s densest and wildest films, which dramatic action and directorial detail converge to sharp points of insight. It’s high on the list of cinematic masterworks in need of revival and rediscovery." Continue reading: http://nyr.kr/15afDHy

Douglas Sirk’s “Interlude,” a Hidden Masterwork

Ross Hunter's Interlude with June Allyson and Rossano Brazzi

Take a look at Michael Arthur’s sketches of rehearsals for the Broadway revival of “Hedwig and the Angry Inch,” starring Neil Patrick Harris.

Slide Show: Drawing “Hedwig”

Take a look at Michael Arthur’s sketches of rehearsals for the Broadway revival of “Hedwig and the Angry Inch,” starring Neil Patrick Harris.

Cannonball - The Breeders  I miss the 90's when rock music was still hangin onto cool, chicks didn't have a full pancake of makeup on their faces with big hair, there seemed more variety in music to listen to and teenagers didn't all seem to conform and be so materialistic and insecure.

"And yet, writes Tom Barnes at Mic, 'there’s scientific proof that bassists are actually one of the most vital members of any band…. It’s time we started treating bassists with the respect they deserve.

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