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Rusty's Film

FOWLER’S FLIX 12.02.16: European cinema in three acts

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DISTRICT DOCUMENT: New documentary explores OKC’s business district revitalizations

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DISNEY’S MOANA: Maui wowie!

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"Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" will keep you on the edge of your seat

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Rusty's Music

Trans-Siberian Orchestra: The most wonderful time of the year

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CONCERT REVIEW: iHeartRadio Jingle Ball

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"Songs have everything to do with it" says William Clark Green

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GOMES COMING: Post-punk throwbacks Gomes make music they want to hear

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Rusty's Reads

BOOK REVIEW: "Swedenborg" by Gary Lachman

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BOOK REVIEW: "Boys in the Trees: A memoir" by Carly Simon

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BOOK REVIEW: "Why Liberty" edited by Tom G. Palmer

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BOOK REVIEW: "Thermonuclear Monarchy" by Elaine Scarry

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