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Talking without Touch

In communication theory, much is made of the distinction between verbal and nonverbal communication. Verbal is everything that gets delivered through words, everything that would be contained in double-quotation marks if our conversations were transcribed in prose. Nonverbal communication is everything else.

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Hidden gem: Six by Sondheim (2013)

The intriguing 2013 documentary¬†Six by Sondheim, directed by James Lapine and originally shown on HBO, provides unique insights into one […]

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In Review: Pitchfork Music Festival 2014

Our coverage of 2014′s edition of Pitchfork’s beloved independent music festival.

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For Independent, Sassy Women Who Don’t Need No Man

All hail the days of the Women’s Rights Movement and women’s suffrage.

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Artifacts of Internet History

Like any parable of Jesus, or fable of Aesop, the story of the internet is not very long, but it is quite dense. Here are a few need-to-know terms for anyone interested in the history of the web.

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Theatre Reviews: Recent Broadway Cast CDs

The lure of great Broadway musicals is a powerful one, but most of us cannot make to New York nor […]

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Indie Directors Making It Big

Are they the heroes to save Hollywood?

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Waiting on the World to Change

Why replacing waiters with iPads needs to be taken off the menu

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Blood Drive

Thirteen-year-old hosts Fourth Annual RC Fest in hopes to break RC and donation records

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All About Scotch

Get a crash course on what defines this celebrated spirit

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