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Nearly 100 artists and performers gathered to discuss humanity, no matter how abstractly or unintentional, through their work.

Size doesn't matter: Small Space Fest packs a punch at Emergency Arts

June 24th, 2016

Nearly 100 artists and performers gathered to discuss humanity, no matter how abstractly or unintentional, through their work.

  • Independence Day probably doesn’t deserve to be as beloved as it is, but Resurgence is unlikely to inspire anywhere near the same devotion.

  • Everything in theaters this week, plus special screenings and movie reviews.

  • It’s a fascinating piece of little-known Civil War lore that, for an hour or so, makes for a solid historical drama.

  • Plus: Kesha performs at Intrigue and an Independence Day double feature.

  • “The only reason we are here is because I couldn’t think of anything to rhyme with Wyoming.”

  • Don’t listen to your drunk monkey, Libra.

  • The Showtime dramedy comes from Almost Famous writer-director Cameron Crowe.

  • A worthy, progressive thesis, but subtext elevated to text makes for tedious viewing, even when it’s gorgeous as this.

  • Two decades after EDC's debut, there's still nothing comparable.

  • For a few minutes, Three is as kinetic and exciting as any of director Johnnie To’s best-known work. ...

  • Local cosplayer and spokesmodel Vegas PG was on the floor showing off her impressively accurate Power Girl outfit.

  • Travel writing can be the best kind of travel reading.

  • Just like on their albums, the set was peppered with brief interludes of classic breaks and pocket-sized bits of flavor.

  • Was it worth it? Absolutely, for space-eating post-rock, noisy shoegaze and bouncy cuts reminiscent of late-’70s British post-punk.

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