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July 24, 2005

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The Rap Canterbury Tales converts Chaucer's work to a rap style to make it more accessible.


Metafilter lists favorite mashups.


Meet the Golden Girls!, the album.


The Observer warns not to blame illegal music downloading for the music industry slump.


Some authors enjoy the experience of seeing their works made into films, the Hartford Courant reports.


As NPR's "This American Life" moves to television, the New York Times examines the transition.


"Public radio is a cocoon," Mr. Glass said one day in the editing studio. He was wearing a collared shirt, dress pants, black shoes and his trademark black horn-rimmed glasses, a look that conveys none of the hip confidence that his voice alone projects. "Not too many people listen who don't know about it already. This would be a great way of drawing listeners to the radio show."


The Observer asks writers and artists where they find their muse.


Ladytron talks to Scotland on Sunday.


The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette helps Sufjan Stevens research his next album (if he chooses Arkansas as a subject).


The Cincinnati Enquirer covers the Afghan Whigs documentary, "Ladies and Gentlemen."


The San Jose Mercury News examines "chick lit," fiction aimed at women.


The Boston Globe is not impressed by "geriatric rock" band reunions.


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