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Best of Both Worldsnew

Three solid new small press comics straddle the worlds of indy and mainstream.
Columbus Alive  |  J. Caleb Mozzocco  |  12-08-2005  |  Original Work

Hark, The CD Sales Ringnew

Feeling culturally forced to buy your loved ones crap? Don't fret, Stephen Slaybaugh's annual guide will help you buy music for your taste-challenged Christmas listers -- even the one who likes Coldplay -- guilt-free.
Columbus Alive  |  Stephen Slaybaugh  |  11-25-2005  |  Reviews

Out of the Woodsnew

Animal Collective beats a path from Batimore County to indie fame
Baltimore City Paper  |  Jess Harvell  |  10-20-2005  |  Profiles & Interviews

How Can You Laugh?new

With their embarrassing confessions, a new breed of authors begs to be humiliated.
East Bay Express  |  Anneli Rufus  |  10-10-2005  |  Books

Comically Disinclinednew

Here's a selection of comic books for those who don't care for comics.
Baltimore City Paper  |  Tim Kreider  |  09-28-2005  |  Fiction

Cash Woesnew

A new spate of books shows how the love of money infects our lives.
Baltimore City Paper  |  Joab Jackson  |  09-19-2005  |  Books

Now a Major Motion Picture

A critic previews fall movies through the literature that inspired them.
Salt Lake City Weekly  |  Scott Renshaw  |  09-07-2005  |  Movies

Dalek and Larry Fink: Insane-o Artnew

New York publishers powerHouse relish in the end of days by releasing catalyst books of art from reclusive artist Dalek and incriminating political photographer Larry Fink.
Dig Boston  |  Paul McMorrow  |  08-17-2005  |  Nonfiction

Florida Fiction Offers Sleaze! Sex! Suspense!new

South Florida's lesser-known authors include S.V. Date, who writes political satires so sharp one online reviewer demanded he be deported, and vagabond sailor Christine Kling.
New Times Broward-Palm Beach  |  Sam Eifling  |  07-19-2005  |  Author Profiles & Interviews

CD Reviewsnew

Tom Cruise heard these new releases from the Dropkick Murphys, The Juan Maclean, Gorillaz and Alarm Will Sound, and flipped the fuck out. Which isn't saying much. But still.
Dig Boston  |  Paul McMorrow I Michael Brodeur I Jamin Warren  |  06-29-2005  |  Reviews

Say What?new

Three books look at the way language shifts, unfolds and changes as people adopt ever more efficient ways of pronouncing words.
East Bay Express  |  Anneli Rufus  |  06-27-2005  |  Nonfiction

Independent Presses Serve Niche Audiencenew

The political, social and economic upheavals of the 21st century have prompted hungry readers to look beyond corporate publishing houses to independent, progressive presses.
San Antonio Current  |  Lisa Sorg  |  05-27-2005  |  Author Profiles & Interviews

Reading Summer Spectacularnew

Out of the (approximately) 1.7 billion books that will be coming out this summer, we’ve narrowed the list down to the 12 that will best accompany your poolside lounging or air-conditioner worshipping.
Dig Boston  |  Mark Polanzak  |  05-26-2005  |  Excerpts

Fandom -- Ultimately, It's All About Younew

Several books demonstrate, not always intentionally, that celebrity is ultimately all about us and how we use stars as models and mirrors.
East Bay Express  |  Anneli Rufus  |  05-10-2005  |  Nonfiction

CD Reviewsnew

Love As Laughter's Laughter's Fifth has all the twangy, thoughtful, summer pop songs you’d expect from Northwest rockers. Also reviewed are DJ Spooky vs. Dave Lombardo's Drums of Death and Nouvelle Vague's S/T.
Dig Boston  |  Staff  |  04-29-2005  |  Reviews

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