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Fall Arts Preview 2009
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Mirren, Mirren in the Hall
As the Oscar-winner assumes a queenly role in D.C., itís fair to forecast another triumphant reign.
Music's Biggest Acts Play the White House
'Osage': Dreading Old Territory
Sometimes, itís not the first look that keeps a critic up at night. Itís the second.
Fabled Gay Epic Finds New Wings
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Here Come the Sugar Plums
Each year "The Nutcracker" casts its long shadow over the fall dance season.
Modern Moves With a British Accent
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Enough to Turn a Critic Blue
Since the 1994 announcement of James Cameron's script, "Avatar" has been one of those urban legends of Hollywood.
With Moore, Itís the Thought That Counts
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U2 Faces the Music
U2ís 360 Degrees Tour may be the most expensive rock expedition ever waged. Could the timing be any worse?
Metal Meditations, Really Loud
Blog: Post Rock
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Tales Worth Foretelling
Preparing for "Falnama: The Book of Omens" at the Sackler Gallery may involve consulting the tarot.
On Second Thought, Are They Still Worth a Rave?
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A Double Dose of Difficult Bach
This fall in Washington, the "Goldberg" Variations are being performed twice within two months.
Big Sounds From Small Ensembles
Blog: The Classical Beat
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