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May 25, 2005


The Independent profiles Alabama author Harper Lee, who made a rare public appearance last week.

Grimey's in Nashville has some interesting in-store performances coming up: Lucero on Thursday, May 26th; Andrew Bird on Sunday May 29th and Josephine Foster on Monday, May 30th.

Chef Mario Batali talks about the literary influences of his blurb writing with the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.

Michael Lachowski of the legendary Athens band Pylon is selling pylon drawings.

The Boston Globe reviews Sunday's Rilo Kiley show, and the band's Jenny Lewis talks to the Philadelphia Inquirer. "It's strange. We've been touring a long time, and our audience seems to be getting younger and younger. But better us, I guess, than Linkin Park.

The Chicago Tribune profiles the literary journal THE2NDHAND, which does not publish "stories about English professors on vacation on a coast in Europe and their affairs with local women. Or men."

The Robot Ate Me's Ryland Bouchard talks to City Pulse. "I just normally try to keep things more about the music, rather than about an individual person, which is usually just lies anyway. It seems that a lot of bands, with the way the culture is today, take a more image-based approach to the music."

In the Village Voice, Franklin Bruno pens a review of the new Go-Betweens album, Oceans Apart.

Author Michelle Tea talks to poet Nicole Henares in the San Francisco Bay Guardian.

Teenage Fanclub's Norman Blake talks to Rolling Stone about the band's new album.

Threadless has all their t-shirts on sale for $10 until June 6th.

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