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2 | Winter 06

Issue 3 - Spring 2007 - A Chorus Out of Line Issue 4 - Summer 2007 - Hotel Issue / In Bed with Mia Issue 5 - Fall 2007 - Got Fame? Issue 6 - Spring 2008 - Keep it Real Issue 7 - Summer 2008 - In the heights Issue 8 - Fall 2008 - Create and Believe Issue (Criss Angel Believes)

ISSUE 2 – Winter 06 - Army of Me feat. Rasta Thomas

Movmnt Issue 2 - Winter 2006 - Army of Me with Rasta Thomas

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Me The People – Letter from the Editor David Benaym

Lifetyle by Emil Wilbekin

Army of Me with Rasta Thomas and Adrienne Canterna by Danny Tidwell

Urban Angels – Athletic wear takes flight

Army of 3 – The Gregory Triplets go one-on-one-on-one in this fashion feature

Jiri Kylian, The Art of Questioning – Movmnt interviews one of the most influential choreographers of our time

Move For AIDS – A first look at James Houston’s new book of photographers

Portraits – Hee Seo, Misha Hamilton

That’s Beautiful! – Mia Michaels challenges us to let real movement come from within

Dancer V.I.P – Ashley Bouder

Celebrate The Phenomenon – Joe Lanteri recognizes the world of competition dancers

On Stage with Justin Timberlake – Smooth Operator – Marty Kudelka, the man behind the moves of Justin Timberlake’s tour

Laying Foundations – Portrait of one of house music’s most gifted producers – Quentin Harris

Raising the Roof – Interview with recording artist Jason Walker

Citizen Cope, More Than He Seems? – Lauren Adams interview Clarence Greenwood, the elusive artist known as Citizen Cope

Rock Corps – Saving the world never sounded so good

Music Reviews – Emm Gryner, Martin Sexton, Kenna, Sonic Youth, Kate Bush, Magnet, Keren Ann, Holly Brook

Paul Reilly – Accidental Artist – Self portrait and illustrations by UK artist Paul Reilly

Wake Up Call – The world at a glance

I, Citizen – Power to the People – D. Michael Taylor examines the power of individuals in today’s society