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Tuesday October 19th

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Dive's Valentine's Day recommendations

In honor of that most beloved and hated of holidays, we’ve compiled a list of movies and albums for everyone. Whether you’re looking to snuggle up to a romantic movie or drown your sorrows with a breakup album and a box of candy hearts, Dive’s got you covered this Valentine’s.Love

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Movie Shorts for Aug. 27

Inglourious basterdsThere are a few things you can always count on from Quentin Tarantino. He always gorges himself on cinematic references. He always indulges in orgies of excessive, yet not distasteful, blood-soaked violence. And he always reimagines big-time actors in unexpected roles.Then there are some things you can’t count on Tarantino to do. He doesn’t rely on conventions, and he doesn’t give a rip about keeping to the historical record, even as he directs a World War II comedy-action-drama. You just shouldn’t expect him to do these things.

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Drive Recommends for Aug. 27

Album from the Vaults:The Velvet Underground & Nico, The Velvet Underground & Nico: Quintessential use of phallic bananas aside, this 1967 classic from Andy Warhol’s factory friends stands alone as a musical gem. It’s a shame that the banana gets all the attention, because with songs like “Heroin”, the Velvet Underground pioneered an aloof, drug-addled style of pop rock.Movie from the Vaults:

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Music shorts for Aug. 27

Jay ReatardWatch Me FallRock4 of 5 starsIt takes a lot of talent to pull off a record entirely in one gear. Whatever stylistic mood you choose to ground yourself in, it’s likely to get repetitive by the end of a full-length record. That is, unless you pull it off with such complete mastery of that style that no one wants it to stop.

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