Articles tagged not enough time to read

2 Jul 2003 // 1:00 AM

The question as to whether games are stories or stories are games is important, because it goes to the root of what video games have been, are, and are going to be . . .

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2 Jul 2003 // 1:00 AM

What is legal is not always moral and what is legitimate is not invariably legal.

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2 Jul 2003 // 1:00 AM

Wintering: A Novel of Sylvia Plath by Kate Moses

See, in the end, Sylvia Plath did kill herself. Moses comes off as Plath's posthumous ally, augmenting Plath's feminist prowess to incredulous heights.

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2 Jul 2003 // 1:00 AM

Plant Life by Pamela Duncan

Through the lives of her characters and the conversations they have, she reinforces the strength and resiliency of the human spirit, and offers up a sober antidote to the pervasive shrillness of 'reality television'.

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A Consumer’s Republic: The Politics of Mass Consumption in Postwar America by Lizabeth Cohen

Where Cohen really excels is showing how social, economic and political forces came together in the Consumers' Republic. After the Second World War, converting back to the peacetime economy meant also reestablishing the dominance of the mostly white men coming home from service.

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2 Jul 2003 // 1:00 AM

The Crash of Hennington by Patrick Ness

For a novel that reads like a satirical modern day soap opera veering on the edge of science fiction, The Crash of Hennington is in a genre of its own.

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	Various Artists: The Rough Guide to Salsa De Puerto Rico

I wish I was in Puerto Rico this very moment. Sipping a cold drink, smelling the salty 90-degree humidity, and grooving to the beat of

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	Various Artists: Blues on Blonde on Blonde

A year ago, Telarc had an interesting idea when they decided to put out The Blues White Album, a collection of songs from the Beatles’ 1968

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	Various Artists: Now That’s What I Call Music! 12

Like Star Jones let loose in a wig factory, I approach my newest assignment with distasteful glee: Reviewing NOW That’s What I Call Music! 12.

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1 Jul 2003 // 11:00 PM

	Damien Rice: O

O was released some time ago overseas, to no small amount of critical and public acclaim. Nearly a year later, it finally makes its way

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1 Jul 2003 // 11:00 PM

	Clem Snide: Soft Spot

It’s a harrowing experience to read back through reviews of past Clem Snide albums. The band is a big open target, fawned over by

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1 Jul 2003 // 1:00 AM

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1 Jul 2003 // 1:00 AM

Some bands pop hottest in front of a live audience, with the pressure on and the stakes high. Some bands get off in the studio,

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1 Jul 2003 // 1:00 AM

Just six months ago, 24-year-old Brooklyn resident Norah Jones took home eight Grammy Awards. As it happens, what we thought was sweet, aw-shucks humility expressed

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	Various Artists: Fresh Faces at Merlefest 2003

In 1985, the son of legendary Doc Watson, Eddy Merle Watson, passed away. Trying to find a way to keep his son’s memory alive, the

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	Various Artists: The Rough Guide to the Music of Canada

O Canada! Our home and native land!True patriot love in all thy sons command.With glowing hearts we see thee rise,The True North

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30 Jun 2003 // 11:00 PM

	Various Artists: The Ultimate Diva Collection

The term “diva” is synonymous with “prima donna” although it typically projects less of the negative connotations associated with the latter. Its usage has crept

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	Northern State: Dying in Stereo

The first that you’ll read about Northern State in just about any review are their stats—these are three 20-something women who are from

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30 Jun 2003 // 11:00 PM

Eels: Shootenanny

Over the past eight years, as pop music has grown more static, Mr. E and his Eels have quietly evolved, and, along the way, churned out consistently interesting and compelling albums.

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30 Jun 2003 // 11:00 PM

	Bruce Cockburn: You’ve Never Seen Everything

However dubious a distinction, Poet of the Apocalypse belongs to only one Bruce—and it sure as hell isn’t Bruce Springsteen. It happens to

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A Chat with José González at Newport Folk Festival

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"José González's sets during Newport Folk Festival weren't on his birthday (that is today) but each looked to be a special intimate performance.

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