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June 17, 2004


Rosencrantz and Guildenstern would be proud: a text adventure based on Hamlet (via)

"It takes place in the late '60s/early '70s, told through the eyes of a young soldier in the army of the Christian Republic of Texas. North America is a bunch of different, separate nations, and this is the story of this conflict between California and Texas." David Lowery talks to the Mountain X-Press about the next Camper van Beethoven album.

"I guess the way that I work is to generate some material then put it aside. Then when I pick it up again I will look at it with fresh eyes. Because itís such an intuitive process for me I will feel for where the energy is then I will see what is undeveloped and use that as a reentry point." Beth Ann Bauman talks about writing and her book of short stories, Beautiful Girls, with Suicide Girls.

Detroit indie rockers name their favorite albums.

The Seattle Stranger calls Paul Allen's Experience Music Project a "flop on all fronts--financial, musical, and intellectual."

Today is the 3rd annual Still Ill Smiths radio marathon at Cleveland's WBWC. Eighteen hours of Smiths, Morrissey and related music starts at 7 a.m. central.

No Love For Ned's weekly streaming radio show features an in-studio performance from Califone this week.

The Chicago Tribune lists their 50 best magazines.

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