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  1. SXSW 2012: Lionel Richie Rocks Out to Old Favorites

    1:03 pm 3/15/2012

    The singer was joined on stage by Kenny Rogers for his first performance at the Austin-based festival. Read more

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  2. SXSW 2012: Fiona Apple Performs With More Confidence, Less Angst

    11:51 am 3/15/2012

    The singer-songwriter landed in Austin super-prepared in her first big show since 2007.Read more

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  3. [REC]3: Genesis: SXSW Review

    11:44 am 3/15/2012

    The mysterious prequel in the Genesis series provides a new outlook on the zombie franchise.Read more

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  4. Small Apartments: SXSW Film Review

    10:41 am 3/15/2012

    Jonas Åkerlund's quirky film showcases a run down apartment complex and the strange characters who reside in it.Read more

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  5. The Central Park Effect: SXSW Review

    8:04 pm 3/14/2012

    Bird-lovers need not travel to New York for a close look at the different migrating species of feathered friends highlighted in Jeffrey Kimball's documentary.Read more

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  6. The Eat Sheet: New Doc Screening at SXSW Centers on Hippie Cult’s Star-Studded Vegetarian Restaurant

    7:05 pm 3/14/2012

    The Source, a famous early-’70s New Age dining den on the Sunset Strip where rowdy bar Cabo Cantina now stands, lured everyone from Warren Beatty to Goldie Hawn.Read more

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  7. Ad Agency Ditches Strategy to Use Homeless as Wifi Hotspots

    5:47 am 3/14/2012

    UPDATED: BBH Labs has ended a controversial experiment that began in SXSW, where more than a dozen homeless people became human wireless connectors.Read more

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  8. Frankie Go Boom: SXSW Review

    2:10 pm 3/13/2012

    Charlie Hunnam, Chris O'Dowd and Lizzy Caplan star in filmmaker Jordan Roberts' offbeat romantic comedy.Read more

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  9. Hunky Dory: SXSW Review

    12:37 pm 3/13/2012

    Minnie Driver stars in director Marc Evans' film as a young drama teacher adapting contemporary rock tunes to a production of "The Tempest." Read more

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