April 4-9, 2011

Primal Scream’s Screamadelica has just received a 25th anniversary rerelease, and Mike Vincent discovers the mix-tape-killingest song ever in “My light shines on”

Kevin Mattison reviews 44 Inch Chest, a British gangster film replete with enough curse words to satisfy even the most jaded ex-lover. In the film, Colin is our jilted Romeo, kidnapping and confronting his ex-girlfriend’s new fling and grappling with his own role in the relationship’s demise. Read “With friends like these. . .”

Like a dream, Anders Nilsen’s Dogs & Water is borderless, fluid, disturbing, and perfectly normal. Kate Sloan takes you there in “Make the road by walking”

The calendar says it’s spring, but the weather seems to be a bit behind. Ana Holguin tries to get in the right frame of mind with some warmer-weather shopping. After all, it’s always nice and toasty online. Read the “PopHeart spring wishlist”

You’ve heard it, you can’t unhear it. It’s Rebecca Black’s “Friday,” and Lindsey Malta pulls it apart in “Apologizing for the thing I can’t stand “

Angela Vasquez-Giroux live-tweeted the Tigers’ second game of the season in New York. Which, sadly, was carried on Fox with the painfully inept Joe Buck behind the mic. Read all about it in “A night without #winning” on Storify

Eating out alone isn’t the end of the world, but it sure can feel that way. Jill Kolongowski takes on the challenge and comes out not quite the same on the other side. Read “Vice”

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