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Arts & Entertainment

Comforting yet frustrating

by Brianna Riplinger
Published October 31, 2002
Tori Amos: Scarlet's Walk (Epic)

Post-Latin Precarious

by Max Sparber
Published October 24, 2002

There is an exhibit at the Walker Art Center that has invented a name for itself. In fact, its title contains not one, but two neologisms. See if you can spot them - the show is called Ultrabaroque: Aspects...

SUNDAY

Published October 24, 2002

T Kakelugnar: Tile Stoves his is the sort of "what the heck?" exhibition that proves to be far more fascinating than initially expected. The American Swedish Institute is located in the former mansion...

FRIDAY

Published October 24, 2002

A Dan Savage uthor Dan Savage is the best sort of gadfly - in his weekly column, "Savage Love," he dispenses advice to the sexually curious with a sort of no-horsecrap cantankerousness that has made him...

Thermos Bottle Hammered Down

Published October 24, 2002

The most surprising aspect of Duel, Steven Spielberg's first prominent film and his most important early success, is how little it resembles anything the director has done since. Spielberg has come to...

I’m on a Mexican Radio

by Keri Carlson
Published October 24, 2002
Ricky Martin Sings in Spanish and Instead of Britney, There Is Paulina Rubino

The Gun Fever Is Bad

by Niels Strandskov
Published October 24, 2002

Paranoia is a funny thing. Take the National Rifle Association - please! A group of gun-owners, overwhelmingly white, male, middle-class and politically active, they have access to far more civic and physical...

At War with the Labels

by Brianna Riplinger
Published October 24, 2002

Last January, Tom Petty, Beck and Courtney Love, among others, went to California's state capitol with the founders of the recently-formed Recording Artists Coalition: Don Henley and Sheryl Crow. They...

SATURDAY

Published October 24, 2002

J We Fools Storytellers ewish folktales have their share of fools, and, conveniently, they are often located in one city, Chelm. Stories of the so-called "wise men of Chelm" have been longtime favorites...

Master of Surprise

by Amy Danielson
Published October 24, 2002

If you have seen one puppet show, or if you have seen 1,000, this is a show that you cannot justify skipping. Puppetry aficionados around the country have discovered the artistry of Michael Sommers. Now...

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