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Tanya Lane: Your Favorite Critic’s Favorite Critic

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Tanya has always appreciated the arts, perhaps because it’s a pretty cool way to live vicariously through someone else. Movies have always been an escape, and music was a part of her childhood from day one. As a first grader she would listen to The Beastie Boys and LL Cool J on a Fisher-Price toy radio.

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A Bleak Road Well-made and Well-traveled

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It is officially the season of giving and sharing and hope and family cherishing…so what better time to contemplate the end of the world and humanity’s descent into an impossibly bleak hell of their own making? No, I’m not talking about 2012.

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The Amazing Race: Wordplay Be Tough!

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I have to admit, I found watching The Amazing Race last night to be mildly therapeutic. Depressed over the end of indulgent Thanksgiving meals, relaxation and canine bonding and the return to the cold, dark Boston grind, it was amusing to watch people worse off than I am make spectacular fools out of themselves.

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The Amazing Race: Sooo Kafka-esque

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Kafka: Czech novelist who wrote in German about a nightmarish world of isolated and troubled individuals (1883-1924). That pretty much sums up the show right now, yes?

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White Collar: High Stakes and Poker Faces

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How do you catch a thief? You call in a bigger thief to beat him at his own game, at least that’s what Peter Burke did this week when one of his fellow agents went missing.

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