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Dr. Dre has helped Snoop Dogg, Eminem, and 50 Cent become rap superstars. His latest project: a 23-year-old white kid from Garland.
Melvin Edwards takes the obscure and the abstract and imbues them with a populism that is at once passionate and disarming. The sculptor works in themes of upheaval in America’s contentious past concerning ethnicity, which is explored in the content and process of his chosen materials. Some of the items eerily hint at their more sinister uses, especially the ominous frequency of chains, to name just one example.
When it premiered Off-Broadway last spring, Annie Baker’s new play about three semi-adult movie theater employees collected jeers (audience members balked at the seemingly mundane plot and three-hour run time) and praise (the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and critical raves from major publications). It sounds thought-provoking, weird, and just a tad irritating—exactly what we want from the Undermain.
Not content with its takeover of movie screens and comic book pages, Marvel is coming to the Cotton Bowl with an event billed as a "hyper-reality" interactive theme park featuring an action motion ride and a 3-D stereoscopic projection dome populated with characters like Iron Man and the Hulk. An attraction that appeals to the child, or the nerd, in all of us.
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