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Wednesday, September 4 2002

James Cotton: The 35th Anniversary Jam

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Cursive/Eastern Youth: Eight Teeth to Eat You

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Berlin: Voyeur

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Boxcar Racer: self-titled

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Beth Orton

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O.A.R.

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Morrissey

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Enon + The Bloodthirsty Lovers

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Dropkick Murphys

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Cornelius

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Life of Pi: A Novel by Yann Martel

In the best tradition of all good literature, it "shows," but never "tells.


Killing Monsters: Why Children Need Fantasy, Super Heroes, and Make-Believe Violence by Gerard Jones

In fact, everything in 'Killing Monsters' works, placing it in sharp contrast to the endless sky-is-falling rhetoric of the last few decades, which seems designed for no other purpose than make us fear both the media and our own children.


Dr. Tatiana’s eEx Advice to All Creation by Olivia Judson

I'm appalled by the behavior of the young iguanas of today: I keep encountering groups of youths masturbating at me.


Crocodile Soup by Julia Darling

The themes of loss, isolation, and desperation are ripe with possibility, and yet Darling's treatment of these topics often leaves the reader cold.


Tuesday, September 3 2002

Wayne: Music on Plastic

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Aimee Mann: Lost in Space

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Junior Kimbrough: You Better Run: The Essential Junior Kimbrough

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Dropsonic: Belle

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Brand New Sin: self-titled

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Mary J. Blige: Dance for Me

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