This Week's Voice: U2, The-Dream, the Pogues, Private Century, Kat Long's New Book, and More
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Clover Hope on The-Dream's sublime new Love vs. Money.
Tad Hendrickson rolls triumphantly forward with The Pogues, eyes as glassed over as ever.
Harvilla comes through with a SXSW Tip Sheet for 2009.
TicketsSat., Apr. 1, 7:00pm
16th Annual Eric Clapton Birthday Show: Godfrey Townsend & Friends
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Dorthaan's Place Jazz Brunch: Bucky Pizzarelli, Ed Laub Duo
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Munich Philharmonic Orch
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Nick Pinkerton yawns at scummy Wes Craven-remake/rape revenge-fantasy The Last House on the Left.
Scott Foundas does a Japanese double feature with Kiyoshi Kurosawa's Tokyo Sonata and Naoko Ogigami's Megane.
In Books, Roy Edroso recounts all sorts of unseemly Gotham history via Kat Long's The Forbidden Apple: A Century of Sex & Sin in New York City.
Gwen Orel talks to the Storm Theatre and the Blackfrairs Repertory Theatre about their "Paul Claudel Project," a revival of three of the playwright-poet's greatest plays.
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