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August 2, 2004

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Citizine talks to Black Flag's Greg Ginn about the band, his current projects and his 80 cats.

The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel calls a recent Modest Mouse show "more glum than fun."

"Black chick lit" is hot, according to Knight-Ridder.

Mike Skinner talks to New Zealand's Stuff about his latest album, A Grand Don't Come For Free, his fans, and why Coldplay's Chris Martin's backing vocals were pulled from "Dry Your Eyes."

The Eugene Register-Guard asks around for good mid-summer reads.

Robert Burns and James Boswell as "bad boy rappers?" The Scotsman thinks so.

A former roadie for the Sex Pistols finds his fortune by writing "Christian Harry Potter" books.

It's not easy being a Ralph Nader campaign volunteer, the St. Paul Pioneer Press finds.

Wired News discovers last.fm's personalized internet radio.

Carl Newman talks to Toronto's Globe and Mail about life as a solo artist, as well as his songwriting style, "Sometimes I think it's like working in haikus or something. I know I'm working within a format. Maybe it's just because I'm limited by my own abilities, but it's also a format that I really like."

Paris Hilton loves hockey, according to this interview with Toronto's Globe and Mail (the girl is full of surprises).


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