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"I have nothing in common with children today."

Art critic Dave Hickey talks about Facebook — and his two new books about Facebook

February 10th, 2016

"I have nothing in common with children today."

  • The exhibit features works that touch on immigration, gender equality, homelessness, profiling, racial equality and LGBTQ equality.

  • Spiegelworld’s latest offering is a faux-educational experience that promises to get everyone in the audience laid.

  • Vinyl is a rarity, a really good show about music that actually has good music in it, plus characters that don’t make you groan.

  • Plus, a big metal show at Brooklyn Bowl, Brahms by the Phil and Pretty In Pink's 30th anniversary.

  • Veteran indie darlings, a reunited local six-piece and a David Bowie tribute.

  • Ryan Reynolds' passion project is a faithful adaption.

  • The result still feels like something ABC might have aired in 1997.

  • It’s possible to find a healthier balance between corporate profit and overall human happiness than the U.S. generally favors.

  • There are so many famous people who pop up for a few seconds, it could have been Celebrity Cameo: The Movie.

  • When christening a new venue, you want a band that creates buzz.

  • “Only love interests me, and I am only in contact with things that revolve around love.” –Marc Chagall

  • The Northern Nevada festival loses an appeal to avoid the newly expanded live entertainment tax, which will result in higher ticket costs.

  • Capturing a century, from Audrey Hepburn to Brigitte Bardot to Humphrey Bogart.

  • Talking goals for 2016 and working with a Grammy-winning producer.

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