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May 18, 2004


"Songs such as I Have Forgiven Jesus and America Is Not the World acknowledge the power of love in ways that Celine Dion never has or will," USA Today writes an insipid review of the new Morrissey record.

"Hallmark did what Hollywood usually does -- they dummied down rural America," novelist Kent Haruf on the recent Hallmark Hall of Fame adaption of his novel, Plainsong. His new novel, Eventide, was published this month.

"Dylan Days" are held tomorrow through Sunday in Robert Zimmerman's hometown of Duluth, Minnesota.

"Women fall into this trap of using their sexuality as a selling point for their art, and it kind of backfires. They start to panic when they start to get older. ... I'm more capable now. I can sing better and play better and I can present my music with more confidence. I used to be so self-conscious." Juliana Hatfield talks to the Boston Globe about growing older and her new album, In Exile Deo.

Newsweek reviews Michael Chabon's comic representation of The Escapist.

Frank Black's solo album delayed.

"His live band replicated the stuttery, homemade quality of both albums so well that they blended into the background, allowing the main draw to bask in the kind of adulation normally reserved for hat-trick-scoring strikers. Forget Dostoevsky: Skinner has touched a nerve much closer to home." The Telegraph reviews a recent live Streets performance.

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