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The Alloy Orchestra: Silent Movie Scores

Classical music critic Lloyd Schwartz reviews some silent musical scores by the Alloy Orchestra. They write and perform new music for silent films. Schwartz looks at their scores for the Buster Keaton films, The General and Steamboat Bill, Jr. (on DVD, Image Entertainment).

The Alloy Orchestra: Silent Movie Scores

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Journalist Gershom Gorenberg

Gorenberg is an associate editor and columnist for The Jerusalem Report and a regular contributor to The New Republic. He's the author of The End of Days: Fundamentalism and the Struggle for the Temple Mount (in paperback, Oxford University Press).

Journalist Gershom Gorenberg

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Maureen Corrigan: New York City Books

The Fresh Air book critic reviews three books about life in New York City: Love Monkey, by Kyle Smith, Work and Other Sins: Life in New York City and Thereabouts, by Charlie LeDuff, and Waterfront: A Journey Around Manhattan, by Phillip Lopate.

Maureen Corrigan: New York City Books

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