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TUESDAY
SEPTEMBER 30, 1997

Ask Camille By Camille Paglia
Why we leer at JonBenet (09/30/97)

The Salon Interview Arundhati Roy By Reena Jana
The author of "The God of Small Things" talks about India, the obscenity charge she faces and how writing is like architecture (09/30/97)

Mothers Who Think Hot Flash By Lori Leibovich
A parent's worst nightmare: A Colorado child-abuse case highlights the controversial and misunderstood condition of reactive attachment disorder (09/30/97)

Media Circus Media moguls destroy civilization -- more at 10! By James Poniewozik
Turner's $1 billion pledge to the U.N. leads Murdoch to retaliate -- nuclear winter settles over Earth -- stocks up sharply (09/30/97)

Newsreal The education divide By Samuel G. Freedman
School vouchers were supposed to be a straight liberal vs. conservative issue. Why, then, are black urban Democrats jumping on the same bandwagon as the Christian Coalition? (09/30/97)

Books By Andrew O'Hehir
Cheeky chimps: Will Self's "Great Apes" (09/30/97)

Music By Gina Arnold
Mariah Carey's cheesiest LP yet (09/30/97)

TV Breastplates & badges: "Xena," "NYPD" debut (09/30/97)

Story Minute By Carol Lay (09/30/97)

Wanderlust: Salon's weekly travel section

Expatriate Blues By Karl Taro Greenfeld
You've got money, women -- so why aren't you happy? (09/30/97)

Road Warrior By Don George
Adventures of the Business Traveler (09/30/97)

The Surreal Gourmet By Bob Blumer
Pepperazzi unite! (09/30/97)

Mondo Weirdo More strange tales from around the world
Sleeping with ghosts (09/30/97)

Table Talk
Readers' Tips and Tales The Amazon (09/30/97)

Passages: "Travels along the edge" By David Noland
At the Bottom of the World: Cruising Antarctica (09/30/97)

MONDAY
SEPTEMBER 29, 1997

Declaration of independence By Joyce Carol Oates
The biggest surprise in Charlotte Brontë's "Jane Eyre" is its unromantic heroine (09/29/97)

Gr easing the wheels By Christopher Hitchens
When it comes to the great game of influence, Bill Clinton knows how to play by the rules (09/29/97)

Mothers Who Think Time for one thing By Joyce Millman
I can't do anything anymore (09/29/97)

FRIDAY
SEPTEMBER 26, 1997

One nation, undercover By Laura Miller
In his ambitious attempt at an American masterpiece, Don DeLillo goes searching for the terrible secrets at the heart of our age (09/26/97)

Salon Entertainment


The Peacemaker By Charles Taylor
A film which makes casualties of George Clooney and Nicole Kidman (09/26/97)

The Edge By Gary Kamiya
Aspiring to psychological depth, this is mainly a good action movie filled with kodiak moments of the nastiest kind (09/26/97)

The End of Violence By Andrew O'Hehir
Bye-bye, Berlin: Wim Wenders unsuccessfully reinvents himself as a mainstream American filmmaker (09/26/97)

Sexpert Opinion By Susie Bright
Old and in the nude (09/26/97)

Mothers Who Think Got milk? By Jacqueline Frost
There's nothing like a breast pump to get you in touch with your bovine side (09/26/97)

Mothers Who Think Crème Booblée
Mothering magazine serves up a recipe for disaster (09/26/97)

THURSDAY
SEPTEMBER 25, 1997

21st Salon's weekly digital culture section


Ain't gonna work on BillG's farm no more By Jennifer New
Dodging plastic air-gun projectiles in Microsoft's cubicles, a contractor decides she's had enough (09/25/97)

Apple's apostates By Jenn Shreve
Veteran Mac software developers are working for Microsoft. Do they feel they've "gone over to the dark side"? No way (09/25/97)

Let's Get This Straight By Scott Rosenberg
Exit of a spammer; demise of "The Site" (09/25/97)

Mothers Who Think Word By Word By Anne Lamott
What the waves don't wash away (09/25/97)

WEDNESDAY
SEPTEMBER 24, 1997

Unzipped By Courtney Weaver
Is the monogamous dating etiquette of the '90s leading to forbidden lust? (09/24/97)

TUESDAY
SEPTEMBER 23, 1997

The Awful Truth By Cintra Wilson
Tyranny is a supermodel in Nike crosstrainers (09/23/97)

Mothers Who Think Drama Queen: We have a winner! (09/23/97)

Mothers Who Think Wild Things By Caitlin Talbot
Koalas with chlamydia: On vacation down under with my mom (09/23/97)

Wanderlust: Salon's weekly travel section

Veritable Venice By John Krich
A summer resident savors the city's eternal spirit -- and contemporary contradictions (09/23/97)

Australia by horseback By Pippa Gordon
Here's a novel way to see Queensland -- and to share a mother-daughter journey (09/23/97)

Road Warrior By Don George
Adventures of the Business Traveler (09/23/97)

The Surreal Gourmet By Bob Blumer
L'eau de vie: Cognac with every meal (09/23/97)

Mondo Weirdo Hippos in the night (09/23/97)

Readers' Tips and Tales
Lost in the Sahara (09/23/97)

St. Diana By Llewellyn H. Rockwell Jr.
The mass grief over the death of Princess Diana proved that conservativism is alive in the streets -- and dead in the corridors of power (09/23/97)

MONDAY
SEPTEMBER 22, 1997

Right On! By David Horowitz
An academic lynching: Why a veteran professor of law is being strung up for saying the obvious (09/22/97)

Mothers Who Think Hot Flash By Lori Leibovich
Death of a fat girl: Is Christina Corrigan's mother on trial for neglect -- or for having an obese child? (09/22/97)

FRIDAY
SEPTEMBER 19, 1997

Salon Entertainment

L.A. Confidential By Dwight Garner
Too little, too noir: Stylish Ellroy adaptation kicks in too late (09/19/97)

In & Out By Stephanie Zacharek
A devilishly sweet comedy about a fastidious, small-town English teacher who loves Barbra Streisand -- but is flummoxed to learn that he's gay (09/19/97)

A Thousand Acres By Gary Kamiya
Old molester had a farm: Jocelyn Moorhouse's film X-rays Jane Smiley's novel to reveal its soap-opera skeleton (09/19/97)

Sunday By Andrew O'Hehir
Jonathan Nossiter's brilliant picture illuminates the mystery of life on earth (09/19/97)

The Myth of Fingerprints By Charles Taylor
A film as rigid and repressed as the family reunion it investigates (09/19/97)

Sound Salvation By Sarah Vowell
True blue tributes: Two new albums celebrate the songs of Bruce Springsteen and Jimmie Rodgers -- with mixed results (09/19/97)

Mothers Who Think Hot Flash By Dawn MacKeen
New controversy over Sudden Infant Death Syndrome: Two forthcoming studies suggest that more cases may be due to parental abuse than previously thought (09/19/97)

THURSDAY
SEPTEMBER 18, 1997

21st Salon's weekly digital culture section

Someone to watch over you By Andrew Leonard
Your boss thinks you're using the Net to goof off. With programs like LittleBrother, he can track your every click -- and block sites that make you "unproductive" (09/18/97)

Let's Get This Straight By Scott Rosenberg
New York Times newshounds still barking up the wrong tree (09/18/97)

Ill Humor By Ian Shoales
If aliens drive Ford Tauruses, do skeptics drive minivans? (09/18/97)

Mothers Who Think Wild Things By Andrea Gollin
Bug love: Ever eat a cricket? (09/18/97)

Mothers Who Think Spice of Life By Chitra Divakaruni
Be careful what you wish for as a grandchild, because as a parent, you just might get it (09/18/97)

WEDNESDAY
SEPTEMBER 17, 1997

Royals flushed By Christoper Hitchens
Just when the queen thought it was safe, along comes Kitty Kelley (09/17/97)

Unzipped By Courtney Weaver
I'm stuck on you (09/17/97)

Mothers Who Think Not alone anymore By Dan Kennedy
The Internet allows disabled people and their loved ones to find resources -- and community (09/17/97)

TUESDAY
SEPTEMBER 16, 1997

Ask Camille By Camille Paglia
Boycott Rosie, not the tabloids; and a non-PC guide to colleges (09/16/97)

Wanderlust: Salon's weekly travel section

Lost in the Sahara By Jeffrey Tayler
A simple overnight trip becomes a battle for survival (09/16/97)

Sensual sands Photos and text By Pamela Roberson
A desert portfolio (09/16/97)

Letter from Amsterdam By Mary Elizabeth Williams
Toke of the Town (09/16/97)

The Surreal Gourmet By Bob Blumer
Harvest the rewards of "the world's longest marathon" with 24-mile-mark oysters (09/16/97)

Mondo Weirdo Lions and rhinos and loos -- oh my! (09/16/97)

Readers' Tips and Tales
Hitchhiking adventures (09/16/97)

Mothers Who Think Temporary god By Sallie Tisdale
Even a mother's love can be replaced (09/16/97)

MONDAY
SEPTEMBER 15, 1997

The Salon Classics Book Group Fiction victim By Erica Jong
After reading Erica Jong's tribute to "Madame Bovary," join her in Table Talk to discuss Flaubert's masterwork (09/15/97)
PLUS | About the Salon Book Classics Group

Right On! By David Horowitz
When "civil rights" means civil wrongs: The real carriers of the civil rights banner are those who are helping end affirmative action (09/15/97)

Mothers Who Think Time for one thing By Kate Moses
Flowers good, boyfriends bad (09/15/97)

FRIDAY
SEPTEMBER 12, 1997

Salon Entertainment

Soul Man By Joyce Millman
David Caruso is back -- are we OK with this? (09/12/97)

The Game By Charles Taylor
All jerk and no play: A mysterious organization gives millionaire Micahel Douglas the business (09/12/97)

Different for Girls By Andrew O'Hehir
Love is strange: A likable, genuine look at a relationship between a man and a woman who used to be a man (09/12/97)

Sexpert Opinion By Susie Bright
Erotica on overdrive (09/12/97)

THURSDAY
SEPTEMBER 11, 1997

21st Salon's weekly digital culture section


Sexing the machine By Laura Miller
Three digital women debate gender, technology and the Net (09/11/97)

Let's Get This Straight By Scott Rosenberg
The New Yorker can't keep up with Apple (09/11/97)

Word by Word By Anne Lamott
Into thin mud: Sometimes you have to fall on your butt to get your head pointed the right way (09/11/97)

WEDNESDAY
SEPTEMBER 10, 1997

Mothers Who Think Creating a life By Dayna Macy
Women writers talk about motherhood, ambition, taking chances and making time for both kids and work (09/10/97)

Unzipped By Courtney Weaver
Twenty post-coital questions: In which it is demonstrated once again that a little communication between the sexes is a dangerous thing (09/10/97)

TUESDAY
SEPTEMBER 9, 1997

Wanderlust: Salon's weekly travel section

Bali Low By Cintra Wilson
Loveless in paradise (09/09/97)

The Surreal Gourmet By Bob Blumer
The $25 upgrade (09/09/97)

Mondo Weirdo By Amanda Jones
Sleepless goddess (09/09/97)

Readers' Tips and Tales
Trips close to home -- in fact, in 'em (09/09/97)

Mothers Who Think Time For One Thing By Inda Schaenen
A sleep-deprived mom explains how she created the perfect bed (09/09/97)

MONDAY
SEPTEMBER 8, 1997

Charles Frazier to visit Salon
The author of "Cold Mountain," the season's surprise bestseller, will answers questions from Salon readers in Table Talk (09/08/97)

FRIDAY
SEPTEMBER 5, 1997

Fall books By Dwight Garner
From DeLillo to Vonnegut, and Auster to Austen, the books of autumn offer machismo, memories and even a few good meals (09/05/97)

The Full Monty By Laura Miller
Some unemployed blokes find that taking it all off is more than just a put-on (09/05/97)

Sound Salvation By Sarah Vowell
Comically incorrect: Chris Rock riffs on unfunny old themes in "Roll With the New" (09/05/97)

Mothers Who Think Vive la kiddie pool By Debra S. Ollivier
In this first of an occasional series of dispatches by an expatriate mom, the author belly-flops into a cultural gulf at her Parisian swimming pool (09/05/97)

THURSDAY
SEPTEMBER 4, 1997

21st Salon's weekly digital culture section


Spam bombers By Andrew Leonard
Tired of receiving dozens of get-rich-quick offers and promos for "bulk mailers" in your e-mail? Meet the software designers who have made it all possible (09/04/97)

Squelching spam By Andrew Leonard
Remove, filter or delete -- whatever you do with junk e-mail, there's more on the way (09/04/97)

Let's Get This Straight By Scott Rosenberg
Windows 98: Look, ma, no seams! (09/04/97)

Mothers Who Think Wild Things By Andrea Gollin
Playing fast and loose with the facts: Reference books go from abysmal to zany (09/04/97)

Mothers Who Think Spice of Life By Chitra Divakaruni
Blood Brothers: Why do my kids want to rip each other to shreds? (09/04/97)

WEDNESDAY
SEPTEMBER 3, 1997

Mothers Who Think Your nanny hates you By Debbie Nathan
To love your child, she had to abandon her own (09/03/97)

Unzipped By Courtney Weaver
The dirty little secret about condoms (09/03/97)

TUESDAY
SEPTEMBER 2, 1997

J.G. Ballard on William S. Burroughs' "Naked truth"
By Richard Kadrey and Suzanne Stefanac (09/02/97)

Ask Camille By Camille Paglia
Wisdom in a bottle: "Binge drinking" and the new campus nannyism -- a toast to binge drinkers (09/02/97)

Mothers Who Think Time for One Thing By Susie Bright
Solitary pleasures: Susie Bright falls for her vibrator (09/02/97)

Wanderlust: Salon's weekly travel section

Burma or bust By Joshua Cohen
A charmed traveler in China takes the hard road to a forbidden border (09/02/97)

Passages: "A Simple Gift" By Robert J. Matthews
A touching encounter with a leper in Nepal (09/02/97)

Mondo Weirdo By Don George
Strange bedtime tales from Thailand, Peru and Ecuador (09/02/97)

The Surreal Gourmet By Bob Blumer
A fruity, non-boozy, end-of-summer smoothie (09/02/97)

Table Talk
Readers' Tips and Tales Great Railway Journeys (09/02/97)












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