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May 6, 2004


"Alone in his dining room, he makes raw, sparse music about broken relationships, crumbling lives . . . and thawing out Walt Disney (who, incidentally, won't awaken in particularly fine spirits)," the Washington Post reviews Patterson Hood's Killers & Stars.

"The Day the Voices Died," a history of Guided By Voices

Television chef and cookbook author Alton Brown rants about Martha Stewart, his aching heart, and cheese.

"Music is my religion. Creativity is my communion," Zachary Gresham of the Summer Hymns tells the Houston Press.

Sometimes the worst movies have the best soundtracks, so says the Kansas City Pitch.

“As far as musicians, there's a certain mentality that doesn't want to deal with Los Angeles or New York,” Tortoise's Doug McCombs on the band choosing to live in Chicago.

Harvey Pekar discusses regionalism in Minneapolis-St. Paul.

My favorite novelist Michael Chabon co-wrote the screenplay for Spiderman 2?

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