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Monster Mash Ups- Mark Hosler Talks About Religion, Music and Post 9-11 Americanew

Mark Hosler of the band Negativland has a lot to say about religion, politics and who exactly can use intellectual property. The band’s shows mine the culture for inspiration, coming up with mash-up gems and, occasionally, lawsuits.
Style Weekly  |  Brent Baldwin  |  08-02-2007  |  Profiles & Interviews

Standing Membernew

Get it right -- Mark Foley is a sexual harasser, not a child molester.
Seven Days  |  Judith Levine  |  10-25-2006  |  Commentary

Fight for the Rightnew

Virginia's Republican Party is on the verge of a meltdown.
Style Weekly  |  Jason Roop and Scott Bass  |  03-21-2006  |  Politics

The Boston Globe/Red Sox Connectionnew

What happens when the biggest newspaper in town owns a financial piece of the biggest story in town?
Boston Phoenix  |  Ian Donnis  |  07-28-2005  |  Media

Zupan on Impactnew

Twelve years after adjusting to life in a wheelchair, Mark Zupan adjusts to life in the limelight with his new movie about his sport, Murderball.
Austin Chronicle  |  Shawn Badgley  |  07-21-2005  |  Profiles & Interviews

Holy Steamrollersnew

The religious right attempts a coup against the federal judiciary. Will it succeed -- or prompt a backlash?
Boston Phoenix  |  Dan Kennedy  |  04-28-2005  |  Politics

Birds of a Feather, Together Againnew

The Jayhawks’ Mark Olson and Gary Louris reunite for tour.
Cityview  |  Michael Swanger  |  02-16-2005  |  Profiles & Interviews


The tension in Mark Spragg's latest novel, slated for a forthcoming Robert Redford film, is between Spragg's wonderful prose and predictable story.
Missoula Independent  |  Azita Osanloo  |  11-04-2004  |  Fiction

After the Think Mannew

Russell is a filmmaker drawn more to chaos than to unity. His Heart is a head case.
Boston Phoenix  |  Peter Keough  |  10-08-2004  |  Reviews

Happy Feet: Personality Traits Revealed Through Dancenew

When they step onto the dance floor, many people display an "awakening," in which body, mind and spirit all seem to blend into a harmonious, lively oneness.
Syracuse New Times  |  Sam Graceffo, M.D.  |  09-08-2004  |  Performance

U.S. Horror Premiere in Austinnew

The U.S. premiere of this self-reflexive horror film from England is presented in Austin by Fangoria magazine.
Austin Chronicle  |  Marc Savlov  |  06-17-2004  |  Reviews

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