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Wednesday, September 17, 2014

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The Claymakers: Yourist Gallery takes ceramic art into a new generation

Nicholas Williams/Daily

BY AKSHAY SETH

Every piece displayed in the gallery, situated toward the front of the facility, is clay-based and every one of the classes Yourist or her employees offer, from beginner to advanced, is dedicated to perfecting clayworking.

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Erika Harwood: Why September matters

BY ERIKA HARWOOD

Whenever I feel as though the world of fashion has become stale or I find myself losing interest, it’s this issue, every year, that reels me back in.

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Artist Profile: Nick Tilma finds beauty in the mundane

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BY ADAM DEPOLLO

For his senior thesis, which will be presented in an exposition this coming spring, Tilma decided to expand on that exploration with a series of lamps made of fluorescent tubes set into concrete in a variety of geometric shapes.

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Movie Trailer Review: Gyllenhaal shines in 'Nightcrawler'

Bold

BY MAYANK MATHUR

The trailer makes it look like a watchable film, and then again – a little bit of Gyllenhaal never hurt anybody.

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Single Review: Sam Smith continues streak with 'Not the Only One'

Capitol

BY JOSH FRAZIER

This odd couple pairing works to pump new life into an already enjoyable song, and should continue Sam Smith’s summer of domination well into the fall.

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Courtesy of Alejandra O'Leary

Struggle brings inspiration to The West

BY ADAM THEISEN

Led by O’Leary and guitarist Jamie Church, The Champions of the West communicate well and never step on each other’s musical toes. Their love for music and playing in the band shines through.

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Art, the cure for disconnected Wi-Fi

BY ALEX BERNARD

I’d attend plays, write fiction and watch comedy. Sure, my link to new pictures of my dog was severed, but something new remained. Something more important.

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FX

TV Trailer Review: 'Horror Story' first look lacks thrills

BY CHLOE GILKE

For a show called “American Horror Story,” the trailer offers no actual scares, unless you count Kathy Bates’ beard.

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Cult

Music Video Review: Casablancas departs from earlier aesthetic on 'Where No Eagles Fly'

BY ADAM THEISEN

It is cool, though, that Casablancas is following this new weird, abrasive style. The departure from his normal, more popular sound may be jarring at first, but it’ll be interesting to see and hear where Casablancas takes this aesthetic when Tyranny is released.

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