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ARTS RECOMMENDS
In this feature, Daily Arts writers will give their endorsements
for the arts you need to experience to help you deal with current events.
"Twilight"
The final "Twilight" movie is coming to theaters
and with that, the saga dies. Or does it? There's no
better time to revisit this generation's paramount
example of literary abstinence porn, a fantasy-
based endorsement of evangelical "family values"
and traditional gender roles that's guaranteed to
leave you wondering - about the plot holes, the
wooden characters, the juvenile writing and -of
LITTLE, BROWN AND COMPANY course, its inexplicable popularity.
FutureSex/LoveSounds - Justin
Timberlake
You know those albums that just kind of change
everything? In the R&B realm, that album is Justin
Timberlake's FutureSex/LoveSounds. The blend of
electro noise with JT's falsetto achieves one of the
most elegant intricate sounds heard in pop music in
the past decade. He really did bring sexy back. And
perhaps it's time to bring it back again. Where's our
new album, Justin?!

JUDGING
A BOOK
BY ITS
COVER
Daily Arts writers go
against the famous
idiom, choose a
random book and
make assumptions
about its contents
based on the cover art.
fuchsia message smeared on.
to the counter: "Find me. I
dare you."
"Where has Bernadette
gone?" asks Semple, author of
the hit series, "Fifty Shades of
Grey: the Un-coaled Story,"
including bestseller, "This
One is Mine." "Where'd you
go, Bernadette" is the true
story of a girl on the run,
based on the Amelia Earhart
mystery, now escaping to
stores near you.
-BRIANNE JOHNSON

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LIT TLE, BROWN AND COMPANY

"Moneyball"
Look, chances are, unless your parents had
fantastic genes, you'll be coming down with a few
colds in the near future. But instead of dreading the
time, think of it as a prime opportunity to catch up
on a few movies. 2011's "Moneyball" is a feel-good
underdog story, with a stellar cast: Brad Pitt, Philip
Seymour Hoffman and Chris Pratt make this an
upbeat, entertaining film.
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"Arrow"
The CW only casts the most beautiful humans
alive. "Arrow," the new drama series inspired by
the characters and storylines of DC's Green Arrow
canon, is no exception. The women are beautiful,
the men are chiseled. But "Arrow" offers more
than just pretty faces. The series brings comic
book tales to life with florid fight sequences and
punchy characters. Yes, it's very CW, but it's also
:w very DC. And they make a surprisingly great pair.

Bernadette Sanfrancisco is
the Jan Brady of missing per-
sons.
Tired of days spent in the
shadow of stepsister Carmen
Sandiego, Bernadette con-
cocts the perfect escape plan.
No longer will she suffer the
stares of children who beat
her to the back of the milk
carton, and no longer will she
tolerate the public's adoration
of Carmen, Carmen, Carmen!
Seemingly browsing the
aisles of the local mall dur-

ing an afternoon trip with her
sister, Bernadette snatches a
yellow scarf trailing from the
purse of a passerby. But soon,
Bernadette's gone. Has she
returned to the Orange Julius
for an extra napkin? Trekked,
to the Sunglass Hut for anoth-
er pair of Olsen-inspired
shades? No.
A mere 45 minutes later,
Bernadette has sliced every
last stick of Sephora Rouge
Cream lipstick - a token
of her past - leaving only a

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