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Bradley gives Greek play illuminating update

The Bradley Theatre Department’s production of “The Oresteia” finds a clever way to tell a 2,500-year-old story with a modern day twist.  Written by Aeschylus, the play starts just after the Trojan War and revolves around the cursed House of Atreus.  It begins with a…

Your favorite band’s favorite band unloads its greatest hits

Your favorite vocalist has a shrine to The Smiths’ Morrissey in his bedroom closet at his mom and dad’s. And that influential vocalist’s original band just released a greatest hits collection for your listening pleasure. Finally, inspiration of the Pete Wentz variety in the comfort…

With no time for solace, 007 makes quantum leap

James Bond’s latest outing will surely shake up the 40-year-old franchise, but may not stir up the right reaction amongst all the 007 faithful. Indeed, as a follow-up to the critical and commercial darling “Casino Royale,” “Quantum of Solace” clearly faces an uphill battle from…

From the stereo to the stage Artists play entire albums in concert

“Oh, Caroline, no,” sung Brian Wilson, finishing a full performance of his classic Beach Boys album, “Pet Sounds” during a 2006 tour and soaking up the cheers and gratitude of a nostalgic audience saying “yes.”  That same year, Jay-Z celebrated the 10-year anniversary of his…

Indie film director delves into a world of fantasy

One-hundred and fifty bucks an hour. She’ll wear anything and say whatever you want her to. Besides sex or kissing, she’ll do whatever you want. She’ll help you live out your fantasy. “One Hour Fantasy Girl” is the story of Becky Lewis, who is living…

Actors in Chief

Cinematic examples for our new president 2008 has certainly become a year for the history books with Barack Obama winning the title of President-elect, but celluloid has certainly trumped reality in terms of racial equality for the highest office in the nation. While Hollywood has…

Scout on shuffle

A listen into the iPods of our staff We think it’s time you got to know us at the Scout, and you can tell a lot about a person from their iPod selections. When these staffers hit “shuffle,” these songs come out. Music (and quite…

Punk outfit shake off past tragedy with a shudder

It’s nearly impossible to discuss Bayside without mentioning Oct. 31, 2005, the day drummer John “Beatz” Holohan died tragically in a car accident while the band was on tour.  Bassist Nick Ghanbarian sustained critical injuries but has since recovered.  Over three years since the incident,…

Corporate tool Hulu makes streaming video cool

When it comes to streaming video, YouTube is the undisputed king. But as technology marches on, the popular Google subsidiary is starting to face some stiff competition from more than eager companies with expensive lawsuits on their grubby hands. Newcomer Hulu.com, which opened its digital…

Adams masters the science of “Cardinology”

Drug addiction. Rehab. A breakup with a pop star. Amid all of these problems, Ryan Adams managed to find time to create a record that transcends any issues he had and raises him, yet again, to the top of the alternative scene. “Cardinology,” an album…

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