September 6-11, 2010

Today, in “Dysphonia,” Mike Vincent shares the two ways to ruin a great album in “Broken records” and Travis R. Wright finishes out his list of the best of 2010 so far in “In case you’ve been sleeping (part 2)”

In “The Cinephiles,” Adam Simmons resurrects Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Poltergeist director Tobe Hooper in “The failed career of Tobe Hooper” and Kevin Mattison chuckles deviously as he shares “The decade’s best in film villainy”

In “In the Queue,” Tim Carmody says that Dave Chappelle was our comedy Tupac, and listening to the laughter can tell us something about why Dave quit. Read “When the laughter stopped”

In new column “PopHeart,” Ana Holguin reclaims sparkle motion in “Bad (so bad that it’s good?) romance”

In “Diary of a Casual Gamer,” Gavin Craig finally makes it to the end of Red Dead Redemption, and gets just a little weepy. Read “Red Dead Resolution”

In “Rounding Third,” Angela Vasquez-Giroux says the name’s the thing (Or The Bambino is the Bambino is the Bambino), in “The importance of being Ernie, not Ernest, or, How nicknames make legends”

In “The F Word,” Jill Kolongowski gives pad Thai another go (and she tells you what happened the first time) in “Eating out, or, The lazy hostess”

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