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November 17, 2004


May his god of choice bless brooklynvegan for posting the Decemberists covering Joanna Newsom's "Bridges and Balloons." My musical worlds have collided and produced a diamond.

Wilco will perform on KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic today at 11:20 am PST.

An Apple Store "lucky bag" would make an excellent holiday present for a mac fan (like me).

Christopher Buckley wins the Thurber Prize for American Humor. I can strongly recommend his novels The White House Mess and Thank You for Smoking, both had me giggling and laughing throughout.

Michaelangelo Matos reviews Bob Dylan's autobiography, Chronicles: Volume 1.

Canadian singer songwriter Julie Doiron talks to the Pulse of the Twin Cities. "I’ve always felt that my songs are quite hopeful. They may be a little melancholy, but I hear the hope in it. I think it all goes together—the music, the vocal melody, the lyrics—to me it ends up being hopeful, even if the emotion I’m singing about is sad."

Out in the Mountains interviews Tegan and Sara.

The Washington Post reviews Susan Cowsill's Monday night show.

Jack White will produce and co-write Brendan Benson's next album.

Bungle Fever offers bittorrent downloads of live, unreleased audio and video of artists including and related to Mr. Bungle, Fantomas, The Secret Chiefs 3, Neil Hamburger, Estradasphere, and Sleepytime Gorilla Museum.

Rockin Rina offers a history lesson on the women of 1970's punk.

What's at the top of many Star Wars fan's holiday list? Leia's metal bikini.

Garrison Keillor has released the schedule of authors for his "Literary Friendships" series.

The Portland State University Daily Vanguard examines the strange and beautiful world of singer songwriter Devendra Banhart.

Will Ron Howard direct Tom Hanks in the film version of The DaVinci Code?

Macworld UK offers ten tips to survive MacExpo.

The anti-rockist protests too much, according to the Minneapolis City Pages.

The Chicago Tribune reviews MF Doom's Monday Abbey Pub show.

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