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Arts & Entertainment

New York, New York

Something wonderful is brewing in the garages of New York. With the recent success of The Strokes and Interpol, NYC has become a haven for a new wave of rockers.

by KEVIN LO

Yoga, Pilates, Hotties!

Here's a test: listen to the title track of Madonna's new album, American Life, and if you don't wince when she starts rapping, you're a true fan.

by LEHUA CHONG

Tattoo You

Aside from disappointed critics across the nation, Angelina Jolie was a hit with audiences when she brought Lara Croft, the pixelated video game star, to life on the silver screen.

by JOHN CARROLL

He's No Big Dick

Mark Wahlberg wants to know what we did over Spring Break. Actually, he wants to know why we're interviewing him instead of "on Spring Break having fun, drinking beer," before realizing that Spring Break would most likely be over and asking the operator to open up the lines of our previously listen-only conference call so that we could tell him how we spent our vacations. His new movie, The Italian Job, comes out next month.

by EUGENE NOVIKOV

A Fine Interview

It was 3:00 p.m. on Monday and I was sitting in the Street office talking on the phone with Hunter, the elusive bassist from AFI.

by JAMES SCHNEIDER

Concert Review: 150 Proof

We've been to Philly in the history of Everclear 17 times, but there ain't no fuckin' place like the Electric Factory," lead singer Art Alexakis declared to a snow white horde of cheering adolescents.

by JAMES SCHNEIDER

Prince Among Jesters

After a three year absence, Prince Paul has returned to prove once again that it's possible to make an intelligent and addictive rap album.

by JULIA FISH

Review: Russian Ark

Alexander Sokurov's Russian Ark is the first feature to be shot in one single, unedited take.

by 34TH STREET

...And You Will Know Us By Our Orgies

It is a Friday afternoon. Outside someone is puking and being hauled away by paramedics because they drank too much jungle juice.

by MIKE BERLIN

The Jazz Man Cometh

Charlie Hunter is a musician who has the capacity to blow your mind every time you hear him. The man invented the eight-string guitar -- 3 bass strings, 5 guitar strings, 2 pickups -- which means that he plays bass and guitar simultaneously.

by DAN SAAT

Review: Bulletproof Monk

There are two ways you can look at Bulletproof Monk: On the one hand, Chow Yun-Fat finally gets to do some comedy for the first time in an American movie.

by DAN MCQUADE

Review: ...And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead

Last year the Austin, Texas, quartet ...And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead released Source Tags & Codes to great acclaim.

by 34TH STREET

Dude, Where's Stifler?

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. -- Sean William Scott doesn't want to be known just as Stifler. In Bulletproof Monk, he tries to do just that. The 26-year-old became a cult hero with his role as Steve Stifler in 1999's American Pie, which was a runaway hit and spawned a 2001 sequel.

by DAN MCQUADE

White Hot

He may not be the Fresh Prince of Bel Air, but Jamie Kennedy has built up a following on his TV show, The Jamie Kennedy Experiment, on the WB.

by HANNAH WURZEL

Review: Malibu's Most Wanted

Jamie Kennedy created and plays the role of Brad "B-Rad" Gluckman alongside a talented cast in Malibu's Most Wanted. B-Rad claims he's tested positive for G.A.M.E., but the film's in need of some.

by HANNAH WURZEL

Quick Flicks

Three-time Academy Award winner Jack Nicholson delivers a wonderful comedic performance in Anger Management as Dr. Buddy Rydell, the volatile shrink who has counseled everyone from John McEnroe to Derek Jeter.

by 34TH STREET

Elephantitis: The Good Kind

The White Stripes weren't kidding around when they titled their latest album. Elephant hits like a stampede of blues-injected garage rock, ready to rip and wrangle at the same time.

by KEVIN LO

Disc Ressurection

I have a confession to make. I have a horrible secret, one that may ruin any bits of a social life I have here at Penn, one that I did my best to keep secret, a part of my life I thought closed when I left all those who knew me as a child.

by ALEX KOPPELMAN

Flip 'Em the Bird

One movie critic said it best when he wrote the following about Winged Migration: "Possibly the most astonishing documentary about bird migration ever made." I am certainly in agreement.

by EDDIE BYUN

Woman on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown?

Chan, you disappoint. Excited by the prospect of witnessing the spectacle that is the usual Cat Power show/emotional breakdown, in the end all we were treated to was the standard live version of your CD concert.

by BETH FALKOF

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