Articles tagged not enough time to read

19 Jun 2003 // 11:00 PM

	Enon: In This City

The newest release by New York sci-fi freak-out new wavers Enon is a maxi-single that maximizes its value by offering both audio and visual treats.

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Villa Incognito by Tom Robbins

The world needs Tom Robbins to offer fresh and glorious insight -- with no reservations whatsoever -- about those little pieces of humanity and society that flummox us most.

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19 Jun 2003 // 1:00 AM

Sitting Shiva by Elliot Feldman

Alexander Portnoy meets Don Corleone? Philip Roth teams up with Mario Puzo? Well, not exactly, but Feldman lends the somewhat cliched mob themes a slightly different flavor, at least.

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The Best Short Stories of Leslea Newman by Leslea Newman

The act of family building is central in this book, whether it involves one's relationship with parents or trying to conceive a child with a turkey baster.

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19 Jun 2003 // 1:00 AM

Whale Rider (2002)

Eleven-year-old Pai is wholly engaging and elegant, on her own terms.

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The Man on the Train (L’Homme du train) (2003)

Achieves yet another consummation of intellectual France's romance with American popular culture.

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19 Jun 2003 // 1:00 AM

The Hulk (2003)

In Hulk, the comic books' critique of institutional authority and the way U.S. culture perceives and deals with difference is evacuated.

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19 Jun 2003 // 1:00 AM

The Heart of Me (2002)

Love is a many splendored thing. Unless, of course, it tears through your life like a cluster bomb.

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19 Jun 2003 // 1:00 AM

Hollywood Homicide (2003)

Short version: Joe's hardheaded and eats cheeseburgers, K.C.'s into fluidity and bean sprouts.

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Capturing the Friedmans (2002)

The film bravely turns in on itself resolving nothing, and capturing less.

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19 Jun 2003 // 1:00 AM

Alex & Emma (2003)

It is Alex's fantasy into which the film and Emma's seeming interests devolve.

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18 Jun 2003 // 1:00 AM

The songs are stuck in my head, I can understand the fascination with the White Stripes. But I can't get a sense of who Jack and Meg White are in the midst of all this drama, I'm dizzied by the spectacle.

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18 Jun 2003 // 1:00 AM

:. e-mail this article:. print this article:. comment on this article Patty Griffin’s music is a bit like sadomasochism. I seriously doubt this is what

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18 Jun 2003 // 1:00 AM

Funny thing: rock stars can perform stoned, high, coked up, or tripping and they’re fine. But after one bad piece of halibut, everything goes

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18 Jun 2003 // 1:00 AM

Wooden flooring. Giant, pink globes of light. Hip twentysomethings lounging around on the floor in languid poses. Not exactly the kind of scene one might

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18 Jun 2003 // 1:00 AM

Murray refuses to pussyfoot around politically correct representation of ethnic diversity.

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This conjunction, a Prime Minister with a falling rating and a spineless Parliamentary opposition, has again wedged the door ajar for the British National Party, the current incarnation of the National Front.

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17 Jun 2003 // 11:00 PM

Fountains of Wayne: Welcome Interstate Managers

Welcome Interstate Managers is the welcome aural equivalent of a great collection of short stories, each song offering a little snippet from a life, and presenting a range of characters to fill this musical spectrum.

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	Junior Murvin: Police and Thieves

In order to properly appreciate the incredibly important reissue of this album, it will be important to not just focus on the title track itself,

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	Massive Attack: 100th Window

By the end of last year, I found myself hoping that all hip-urban-space-dwellers found utilizing the word “lounge” in conjunction with the word “music” be

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