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Hypochondriacs beware.

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There’s something to be said for choosing to highlight the breakdown-inspiring monotony of prairie life.

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Review: African Cats

Disneynature’s latest explores three big-cat families as they fight for survival and supremacy.

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Gotta Hold it Down for my City Kids

Two Philly boys spit rhymes that speak to the heart of the streets.

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Review: Rio

Animated flick never quite takes flight

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Review: The Conspirator

Sometimes it’s better to leave the past behind.

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The Ultimate Fling Survival Guide

Dos and Don'ts of Fling.

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Egos of the Week: Adam Thompson and Ferrell Townsend

You won’t be thinking about them this weekend, but they’ve been thinking about you for months.

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The Gutter: 04.14.11

An AEPi mixer over the weekend resulted in a social media spat.

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Interview: Hayden Panettiere

The scream queen spoke with Street about becoming a horror flick ingenue.

by KATIE GIARLA

Lasting Impressions

The Slought Foundation brings the haunting video installations of renowned French artist Tania Mouraud to our doorstep.

by MEGAN RUBEN

Review: Scream 4

4th time's the charm.

by KATIE GIARLA

BEST OF PENN 2011

Here at Penn, we are all trying to be the best at something. Everyone you meet on Locust has lined up the next crowning achievement he or she’s going to strive for: the top grade in Accounting 101, the chair of a performing arts institution, the captainship of a sports team or an appointment to a prestigious senior society.

by 34TH STREET

Review: Dutch Eating Place

Dutch Eating Place serves up no–fuss food for cheap.

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Best of CineFest

Like a phoenix risen from the ashes, the Philadelphia CineFest is back, opening tonight and running through next Thursday.

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Interview: Saoirse Ronan

Street spoke with the 16–year–old star of Hanna about playing an action hero.

by SHELBY RACHLEFF

Review: Hanna

Saoirse Ronan shines in action thriller.

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Review: Miral

Overwrought political commentary weighs down a soaring cast.

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