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Interviews

Apatow and Rogen: From 'Virgin' to 'Knocked Up'

Judd Apatow worked on the cult-favorite TV comedy Freaks and Geeks, but you'll know him as writer-director of The 40-Year-Old Virgin. Now he's back with Knocked Up; we talk to Apatow and to Knocked Up star Seth Rogen.

Apatow and Rogen: From 'Virgin' to 'Knocked Up'
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Music Articles

Amy LaVere, Throwing 'Anchors & Anvils'

Anchors & Anvils is the jazzy, torchy, after-a-breakup second album by singer, actress and stand-up bassist Amy LaVere. Jim Dickinson, who's worked with Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones and the Replacements, produced the disc.

Amy LaVere, Throwing 'Anchors & Anvils'
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Arts & Life

'Shrek the Third': Crack Comedy, and Plenty of Gas

Shrek the Third isn't a great hand-hold movie (action for the kiddies, pop-culture cleverness for the folks), but it's a flat-out triumph of comedy writing, and its slob-happy world view still has appeal.

'Shrek the Third': Crack Comedy, and Plenty of Gas
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