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COMMON NONSENSE: Prepare yourself for the Black Friday chaos

Nov 19th, 2012

The name Black Friday can refer to a few things: the switch over from businesses making negative profits to positive or a term from police acknowledging the myriad of accidents that occur.

Families put their own spin on the Thanksgiving turkey

Nov 19th, 2012

The traditional turkey is stuffed and roasted, but some students celebrate the holiday through different traditions — whether that be cooking the turkey in a different way or not eating it at all.

MOVIE MONTAGE: “Lincoln” reveals the man behind the legend

Nov 18th, 2012

Cultural memory does not merely reside in photographs and films — it is produced by them, or so theorized media critic Marita Sturken in a 1997 essay that’s particularly applicable to the subject of Steven Spielberg’s new film, “Lincoln.”

MOVIE MONTAGE: Substance meets style in ‘Skyfall’

Nov 13th, 2012

A potent blend of old-fashioned escapism and contemporary grit, the new James Bond film, “Skyfall,” is the latest proof that moviegoers can have their popcorn and eat it, too.

Rothbart brothers to celebrate Found Magazine 10th anniversary at Pruis

Nov 13th, 2012

What began as a misplaced memo passed among Rothbart’s friends turned into a collection of found notes taped into a Kinko’s-copied

Rothbart brothers to celebrate Found Magazine 10th anniversary at Pruis Hall

Nov 13th, 2012

What began as a misplaced memo passed among Rothbart’s friends turned into a collection of found notes taped into a Kinko’s-copied

James Dean’s motorcycle to be displayed at state museum

Nov 12th, 2012

INDIANAPOLIS — A motorcycle belonging to Indiana native James Dean will soon be on display at the Indiana State Museum.

INTERACTIVE: Students camp out for Dave + Oprah tickets

Nov 12th, 2012

Daily News graphics reporters and a videographer report on students waiting in line all night for tickets to see David Letterman and Oprah Winfrey.

Dark, intense ‘The Woods’ opens in Cave Theatre

Nov 12th, 2012

The Cave Theatre’s history of love stories shrinks away from light-hearted tales of blooming passion and delves into the dark, twisted aspects of relationships.

US in tough contest for Human Rights Council seat

Nov 12th, 2012

UNITED NATIONS — The United States is competing with four Western countries for three seats on the Human Rights Council in the only contested election at the

James Bond soars with record $87.8M ‘Skyfall’ debut

Nov 12th, 2012

LOS ANGELES — James Bond’s “Skyfall” has extended its worldwide box-office rule to North America, hauling in a franchise-record $87.8 million in its first weekend at

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