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'The Long Now' art exhibit at Imago

For the first time, True/False is partnering with Imago Art Gallery and Cultural Center to promote its upcoming 2015 festival.

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Taylor’s Turntable: Why 2015 is looking bright for music

Columnist Taylor Ysteboe on why established artists and hidden gems will release their best works in 2015.

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Mani-up: Get your nails done in Columbia

MOVE’s guide to nail salons.

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Done Wars: Harold’s and Strange open up shop

CoMo’s getting not one, but two new doughnut shops.

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Movies

‘Are you paying attention?’

MOVE reviews “The Imitation Game”

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Pass the Popcorn: Cooper shines in ‘American Sniper’

Movie columnist Caleb Bishop reviews Clint Eastwood’s latest.

Angles

Taylor’s Turntable: Why 2015 is looking bright for music

Columnist Taylor Ysteboe on why established artists and hidden gems will release their best works in 2015.

Community

Done Wars: Harold’s and Strange open up shop

CoMo’s getting not one, but two new doughnut shops.

Angles

Single Girl Diaries: Eurotrip: A shy girl’s journey across a big pond.

Columnist Ellise Verheyen on studying abroad in London.

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Beats and Eats: Casual date night at Flat Branch

Columnist George Schramm reviews Flat Branch Pub & Brewing.

Community

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'The Long Now' art exhibit at Imago

For the first time, True/False is partnering with Imago Art Gallery and Cultural Center to promote its upcoming 2015 festival.

Angles

Dear Netflix: What makes good crime TV?

Columnist Elana Williams waxes philosophical on shows like “NCIS,” “Criminal Minds.”

Community

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Mani-up: Get your nails done in Columbia

MOVE’s guide to nail salons.

Movies

‘Inherent Vice’ confuses, yet impresses

Director Paul Thomas Anderson blends ‘70s fun with a clever kidnapping caper for an entertaining joyride.

Album Reviews

One Direction acts their age

MOVE reviews “Four”

Thoughts on ‘Nick Jonas’

MOVE reviews Nick Jonas’s self-titled, sexy new album.

Taylor Swift shows new style

MOVE reviews “1989.”