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Senate majority leader practices politics of personal destruction
Topic - Glen Hansard
Glen Hansard, "Rhythm and Repose" (Anti-)
Sequels are usually more easily found at summer multiplexes than prestigious film festivals, but this year's Tribeca Film Festival abounds in unusual follow-ups and intriguing companion pieces.
A 32-year-old man jumped at least 20 feet to his death onto the stage of a Northern California concert in front of hundreds of horrified music fans, the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office said Friday.
In his past projects, Hansard wrote most of the music.