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The Must List: September 14, 2007

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The Must List: September 14, 2007

MUSIC
1. ”NO ONE,” Alicia Keys
The soulful songbird is atwitter with fresh material again. We’re digging her new single, an uptempo tune that finds her declaring, ”Everything’s gonna be alright.” Right on, Alicia!

TV
2. MONSTERS HD CHANNEL
Make every day Friday the 13th or Halloween with this high-definition satellite and cable TV offering. The horror! The horror! (And so forth.)

BOOK
3. THE BRAINDEAD MEGAPHONE, by George Saunders
The short-story maestro puts his droll touch on nonfiction with this collection of his pieces from The New Yorker and other magazines. Review >

VIDEO GAME
4. BIOSHOCK
A disturbing but mesmerizing videogame, Bio takes place in an underwater city populated by menacing robots and creatures that go squish in the night. Review >

MOVIE
5. 3:10 TO YUMA
There’s a remake in theaters, but we reckon you’d enjoy saddling up to a DVD of the original 1957 film, starring Glenn Ford. Review >

TV
6. THE CLOSER’s season finale
Kyra Sedgwick’s sassy sleuth faces a twofer of man troubles and courtroom drama. Don’t leave us hanging, TNT! The Glutton >

MOVIE
7. IN THE SHADOW OF THE MOON
Escape to an era when lunar exploration rocked our world, by way of this illuminating big-screen doc that boasts interviews with astronauts from every moon landing. Review >

BOOK
8. THESE THINGS AIN’T GONNA SMOKE THEMSELVES, by Emily Flake
Flake recounts her love/hate affair with cigarettes in an upbeat little graphic novel about kicking the habit.

MUSIC
9. LA RADIOLINA, Manu Chao
World beat, world shmeat. This Paris-bred musician’s genre-and-language-hopping album will thrill punkers and reggae aficionados alike. Review >

READER’S CHOICE
10. CHILDREN RUNNING THROUGH, Patty Griffin
The folk singer’s latest, featuring harmonies from Emmylou Harris, is a wistful soundtrack for summer’s end. Review >
Submitted by Traci Callandrillo

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