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The Shins' Newfound Fame

A review of Wincing the Night Away, the new recording by The Shins. Their song "New Slang" was on the soundtrack to the 2004 Zack Braff movie Garden State.

The Shins' Newfound Fame

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Oscar Nominee Guillermo Del Toro

Director Guillermo del Toro's film, Pan's Labyrinth, is up for six Academy Awards this year, in categories including original screenplay and foreign language film. Del Toro, who grew up in Mexico, wrote and directed the film.

Oscar Nominee Guillermo Del Toro

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Zev Chafets and the 'Israel-Evangelical Alliance'

Journalist Zev Chafets is a former New York Daily News columnist and founding editor of the Jerusalem Report. In his new book, A Match Made in Heaven, Chafets explores American evangelical support for Israel.

Zev Chafets and the 'Israel-Evangelical Alliance'

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