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Art, American style

Art, American style

By Gene Edward Veith
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Culture | With the traveling exhibit "Masterpieces of American Art, 1770-1920: From the Detroit Institute of Arts," Americans can take in their own artistic heritage

Crackdown on crass

By The Editors
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Culture | Janet Jackson bared her breast at the Super Bowl halftime show, a quick flash that outraged most viewers of the biggest family TV event of the year. One of…

Making the press free indeed

By The Editors
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Culture | When "a guy sitting in his living room in his pajamas writing" beat the pressed suits of CBS, American news media jumped into the 21st century and bloggers…

Theatrical politics

By The Editors
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Culture | If Mel Gibson brought religion to the multiplex, Michael Moore opened the door to politics. Fahrenheit 9/11, his ripping quasi-documentary on the Bush…

Big Passion

Big Passion

By The Editors
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Culture | Whatever its faults, that Mr. Gibson put on screen such a singular, uncompromising vision as The Passion of the Christ is an achievement. But the real lasting…

Television's survivor

By The Editors
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Culture | The Guinness Book of World Records this year identified the television personality on camera more than anyone else in history: Regis Philbin. The 73-year-old…

The streak

By The Editors
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Culture | Ken Jennings ruled the quiz show "Jeopardy!" from June 2 to Nov. 30-a streak of 74 games that earned the Mormon software engineer from Salt Lake City over…

Celebrities in trouble

By The Editors
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Culture | Pop singer Britney Spears married twice in a year . . . Australia's crocodile hunter Steve Irwin fed a chicken to a voracious croc while holding his month-old…

Rap reigns

By The Editors
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Culture | Rap music now completely dominates American pop music. Along with a revived R&B (what used to be called "soul music"), the so-called "urban music" from…

Madden NFL 2005

By Ben Olasky & Marvin Olasky
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Culture | What really makes Madden stand out are its graphics, which are amazingly realistic

Dutch filmmaker murdered for movie criticizing Islam

Dutch filmmaker murdered for movie criticizing Islam

By Gene Edward Veith
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Culture | Michael Moore is called a "courageous filmmaker" for making movies that criticize Republicans. The price he pays is to be feted by celebrities and to win…

Virtual smite

By Jamie Dean
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Culture | The "Christian game market" heads toward an edgier, more-violent style

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