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Yearly Archives: 2010

Virtuoso Valdés Shows How It’s Done

Virtuoso Valdés Shows How It’s Done

Chucho Valdes, shown here at the London Jazz Festival, founded the Cuban group Irakere in 1972.By William D. Aubin Watching Chucho Valdés, the man called the “Dean of Latin Jazz”… Read more »

Calloway Disappointing on Ledger Art

Calloway Disappointing on Ledger Art

“Mountain Chief, Blackfeet War Leader,” an example of Native American ledger art currently on display at the Hood Museum. (Photo courtesy of Joseph Mehling ’68)By Adam I.W. Schwartzman Colin Calloway… Read more »

A 25th Birthday Celebration at the Hood

A 25th Birthday Celebration at the Hood

By Benjamin M. Riley The Hood, built in 1985, was designed by acclaimed architect Charles Willard Moore. The Hood Museum of Art claims to be the oldest continuously operating museum… Read more »

Going Whole Hog: A Review of DBGB

Going Whole Hog: A Review of DBGB

By Benjamin M. Riley You may remember my last review, or you may not. If you do not recall, let me remind you that I twice made jabs at one… Read more »

Film Reviews: “The King’s Speech” and “The Social Network”

Film Reviews: “The King’s Speech” and “The Social Network”

Colin Firth as King George VI in “The King’s Speech,” which played at this year’s Dartmouth showing of the Telluride Film Festival.“The King’s Speech” By Benjamin M. Riley Often it… Read more »

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Kim Blitzes Campus

Kim Blitzes Campus

Well, at least it’s not telling us to not touch the fire or rush the field for once. Dear Students, The moment you matriculated to this College you became a… Read more »

Lloyd’s Bravura “Death” Performance at the Hop

Lloyd’s Bravura “Death” Performance at the Hop

Christopher Lloyd visited the Upper Valley to perform in a Hopkins Center production of “Death of a Salesman.”By Georgia Travers ‘13 Going into Saturday night’s performance of Arthur Miller’s “Death… Read more »

Technical Brilliance, Empty Notes at Kronos

Technical Brilliance, Empty Notes at Kronos

By Katherine J. Murray ‘11 Saturday, October 2 saw the return of the Kronos Quartet to Dartmouth’s Hopkins Center.  An ensemble dedicated to new music of all kinds, the Kronos… Read more »

Back to the Fundamentals

Back to the Fundamentals

Ronald Reagan as a California gubernatorial candidate, 1968.By Coleman Shear ‘13 The conservative movement in America needs to return to its roots and emphasize that it is the movement of… Read more »