Articles tagged not enough time to read

12 Feb 2003 // 1:00 AM

Ignorance by Milan Kundera

The story is interesting in the cultural context the author provides but, ultimately, it fails to satisfy on a deeper level.

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12 Feb 2003 // 1:00 AM

I Want That!: How We All Became Shoppers by Thomas Hine

As I sit here in a fabulous new pair of striped, sparkly, 1972 polyester pants and a furry-collared shirt with dachshunds racing across the sleeves, I wonder what my shopping habits say about me in the context of these words from cultural critic Thomas Hine's newest book.

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Genuine Authentic: The Real Life of Ralph Lauren by Michael Gross

It doesn't really matter whether you believe he's a fashion genius or the world's luckiest tie salesman, because anyone who has read the book on Ralph Lauren knows that he's both, in addition to something else: an ice-cold businessman with a heart of steel.

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The Bitch in the House: 26 Women Tell the Truth about Sex, Solitude, Work, Motherhood, and Marriage

The bottom line is: at this moment in history, a somber one, to say the least, when there are so many serious global and national issues and egregious injustices to be addressed, does the American woman really want to be bitching (yes, bitching) about who does the dishes.

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	Various Artists: Now That’s What I Call Music, Volume 11

That the tricksters at Universal have released no less than 11 Now That’s What I Call Music compilations since October of 1998 indicates just how rapidly

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	Zelienople: Pajama Avenue

Murky and mysterious, Chicago’s Zelienople are a band that creates atmospheric music that swims somewhere in the lower depths of pop, jazz, and instrumental

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Andy Partridge: Fuzzy Warbles, Vol. 1 / Fuzzy Warbles, Vol. 2

For fans of Andy Partridge and his music, these first two Fuzzy Warbles are a wonderful way to pass the time until the next official XTC release.

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11 Feb 2003 // 11:00 PM

	The Clean: Anthology

If I were a more ambitious man, I would save the first part of this review for a White Paper that I would sell to

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10 Feb 2003 // 1:00 AM

Footballers’ Wive$ / Serious and Organised

Events at Earl's Park tend to be broadly soap operatic.

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10 Feb 2003 // 1:00 AM

The Office

The humor [of 'The Office'] is as dry as vermouth; next to it, the 'Dilbert' comic strip is 'The Man Show'.

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Oz

10 Feb 2003 // 1:00 AM

Oz

No other fiction show has offered such a frighteningly realistic look inside our nation's prisons or so openly debated their moral and social obligations.

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10 Feb 2003 // 1:00 AM

American Idol 2

During the first episodes this season, Cowell was, in his own words, 'bored,' which made him rather boring to watch.

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	Lee Ann Womack: Something Worth Leaving Behind

The photographs of country star Lee Ann Womack decorating the album cover and inner sleeve of her latest release, Something Worth Leaving Behind, are obviously

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	Parliament: Funked Up: The Very Best of Parliament

In the 1970s, nobody in the entire universe ruled funk like the inimitable George Clinton did. During that decade, the former Motown staff writer alternated

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9 Feb 2003 // 11:00 PM

	Pearl Jam: Riot Act

For years now, Pearl Jam has sought to escape the arena-rock pigeonhole they found themselves in circa 1992. Derided by Saint Cobain, a leader of the

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9 Feb 2003 // 11:00 PM

	Hot Hot Heat: Make Up the Breakdown

Yes, it’s true, the most famous band from Canada is Rush. But don’t hold that against Hot Hot Heat. While the prog-rock trio

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	His Name Is Alive: Last Night

His Name Is Alive is one of those bands who sound is “for the times” but who never dabble with the latest technology or gadgets

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	Various Artists: Acuarela Songs 2

 VARIOUS ARTISTS Acuarela Songs(Acuarela)US release date: 29 October 2001UK release date: Available as import by Dave Heaton various-acuarelasongs.jpg :. e-mail this article:. print

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	Various Artists: The Best of Motown 1980s, Volumes 1 & 2 (20th Century Masters: The Millennium Coll

You don’t have to be a professional music critic to know that Motown’s decade of greatest glory was the 1960s. They had the

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	David S. Ware Quartet: Freedom Suite

In 1956, Sonny Rollins was one of the best-known tenor saxophonists in jazz, having recorded and released two wonderful and classic jazz albums, Saxophone Colossus and

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"True Detective, Season 2, Episode 3: Where does the kitsch end and the surreal begin?

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