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Weather or Notnew

In 2005, South Florida music was a little bit of paradise and a little bit of purgatory.
New Times Broward-Palm Beach  |  Jonathan Zwickel  |  01-10-2006  |  Music

For the Recordnew

While 67,518 discs were released in 2005, these were the 10 that really mattered.
Westword  |  Dave Herrera  |  01-09-2006  |  Music

A Celebration of Lowlifesnew

Ohio Congressman Bob Ney and others are expected to assume leadership of Ohio's headlong charge toward disaster in 2006.
Cleveland Scene  |  Pete Kotz  |  01-09-2006  |  Commentary

Riding the Rangenew

The Chronicle's reviewers run down the best films of 2005.
Austin Chronicle  |  Marjorie Baumgarten, Steve Davis, Kimberley Jones and Marc Savlov  |  01-05-2006  |  Movies

Blistered Fingersnew

These are the most exciting, addicting and stunning games of 2005.
The Village Voice  |  Harold Goldberg  |  01-05-2006  |  Video Games

Luscious Lists, Part Twonew

In the exciting conclusion of a two-part series, our critics recap 2005 faves -- just because they can.
Tucson Weekly  |  Curtis McCrary, Linda Ray and Stephen Seigel  |  01-05-2006  |  Reviews

The Year in Picturesnew

From Alice to Gwen and from Devo to Kanye, Cleveland's year in music is remembered with graphic photographs.
Cleveland Scene  |  Walter Novak  |  01-04-2006  |  Music

Strange but Truenew

Recapping Colorado's year of dysfunctional family values -- and missing panties.
Westword  |  Laura Bond  |  01-04-2006  |  Commentary

Hall of Shamenew

From Michael Brown to Ward Churchill, 2005 marked the year that Colorado's scandals got national attention.
Westword  |  Patricia Calhoun  |  01-04-2006  |  Commentary

In With the Newnew

These St. Louis-area performers helped make 2005 a year of new beginnings for the local music scene, even as there were sad endings.
Riverfront Times  |  Annie Zaleski  |  01-04-2006  |  Music

The Dark Agesnew

In 2005, both Kansas and Missouri were hurled into an age in which superstition prevailed.
The Pitch  |  C.J. Janovy  |  01-04-2006  |  Commentary

Diaspora Jammin'new

In 2005, the global-fusion trend reaped a bountiful harvest of outernational sounds that threatened to overshadow domestic releases in terms of musical innovation, if not pop-cultural magnitude.
New Times Broward-Palm Beach  |  Eric K. Arnold  |  01-03-2006  |  Music

Freestyle Fellowshipnew

A variety of bands best known for their live shows also made magic in the studio last year.
New Times Broward-Palm Beach  |  Jonathan Zwickel  |  01-03-2006  |  Music

Rap It Upnew

The Black Eyed Peas, Cowboy Troy and Hot Karl represent the year's worst in urban music.
East Bay Express  |  Eric K. Arnold  |  01-03-2006  |  Music

Is Screwing Hip?new

An overview of 2005 culinary trends shows that simplicity, even in the form of screw-top wines, was omnipresent.
Dallas Observer  |  Mark Stuertz  |  01-03-2006  |  Food+Drink

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