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The magical mystery tour
Listening to good music is like watching a quiz show without cue cards -- the fun is in knowing that you might not ever figure it out.
(10/06/99)

Who needs the NEA, anyway?
Announcing ... the Your Town Here Arts & Lectures fall season, featuring Anglo-Saxon-American jazz puppet theater!
(09/22/99)

Book review: "Colony Girl"
A rebellious young Eve stands at the center of a novel about a Midwestern religious cult.
(09/16/99)

Sidekick no more
Conan O'Brien sidekick Andy Richter was the biggest star on "Late Night." So what took him so long to leave?
(09/08/99)

Let us now give "Thanks" some praise
It's no Arthur Miller masterpiece, but TV's silly, subversive "Thanks" just might be "The Crucible's" sitcom equivalent.
(08/25/99)

Lights, cameo, action!
Alfred Hitchcock's first rule of directing was to treat actors like cattle -- and even in his own cameos, he was no sacred cow.
(08/11/99)

The mockumentary cometh
Documentaries are huge. Their perverse cousins are nipping at their heels.
(07/28/99)

To Paris Las Vegas, with love
A few tips on keepin' it real for the folks who are bringing the City of Light to America.
(07/14/99)

Vive la différence
A melting pot of several stories, "Summer of Sam" is a sprawling urban epic from Brooklyn's native son.
(06/30/99)

Cheese royale
Where's the shame in liking "The Cable Guy"? It's my devotion to fluffy French designers that I'm embarrassed about.
(06/16/99)

Love, truth and videotape
Everything I know I learned from Video Rodeo.
(06/02/99)

La vie en "Melrose"
Amanda/ You came and you gave without taking/ And I need you Mondays/ Amanda.
(05/24/99)

I feel fine
In Steve Erickson's visionary new novel, it already is the end of the world -- and we don't know it.
(04/21/99)

The psycho next door
Gianni Versace's murderer: everyman, or marginalized monster? Two new Cunanan biographies battle it out.
(04/07/99)

Crime and punishment
Thanks to "creative sentencing," bad art finally has some redeeming social value
(03/24/99)

At home in a crowd
In search of the perfect audience
(03/10/99)

Roger and him
Remembering Gene Siskel, 1946-1999.
(02/24/99)

From Bauhaus to tract house
Architect Michael Graves turns his folly to the mass market
(02/10/99)

Canuck yuks
When it comes to American humor, Canada is comedy central (01/27/99)

The greatest degeneration
Did the heroes of World War II really know what they were fighting for?
(01/13/99)

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