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Articles labelled ‘columns’

  • Citydog

    What is it about white picket fences that gives us a false sense of security?
  • Compromise

    His story was nothing new, I guess, to most working in the “biz”, but to me, it was quite repellent.
  • Rollin’ Stone

    This is a love story. If you don’t believe in love, you are forgiven.
  • Too Many Steps Make My Knees Hurt

    I am at the stage in life where everything seems as black and white as Jim Jarmusch’s face.
  • Perfectly Flawed

    Perfect is a word most people are afraid to use because of its, well, ‘perfect’ connotations.
  • (S)laughter

    Witness the Joker's transformation from a joke-spewing man of wits to a drain-rat, thirsty for power and ruled by insanity.
  • Far Beyond Right and Wrong

    Gore, terror, and bizarre incidents. The perfect place, created out of the dreary recesses of an ingenious mind: Neverwhere.
  • Pandemonium and Chaos

    The question remains: Will humanity suffer, or the undying soul of John Constantine?
  • At Least They Got the Address Right

    Comic book literature has never felt more convincing than From Hell.
  • Tonight, We Dine in Hell!

    300 is about harsh realities, going far away from home, and never coming back.
  • Blood for Blood, and by the Gallons

    A whirlwind, torrid introduction to exactly what your mother would not want to catch you reading.
  • Electric City

    A new column that aims to inform you about the best in electronic music from around the country.
The City Speaks #6

The City Speaks #6

By Jai Undurti and Harsho Mohan Chattoraj
The City Speaks #6