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July 1, 2006


The Boston Globe examines the Boston Pops' "Pops on the Edge" series," which features acts like My Morning Jacket, Guster, and Aimee Mann.

The Washington Post examines author Tom Wolfe's 1959-1962 stint as a reporter at the paper.

A Seattle Times editorial says goodbye to Sleater-Kinney.

The Washington Post examines online audio CD swapping services.

LAist offers suggestions to improve Los Angeles radio.

The Times Online thinks J.K. Rowling would be right to kill off Harry Potter in the series' final book.

For the sake of our children we should look forward to the death of Harry Potter. His demise seems a natural conclusion — and not just for an author who is unwilling to see her creation resurrected to some tacky commercial afterlife.

Stream some music tracks performed and submitted by the Metafilter community.

Author Esther Pearl Watson lists her five favorite zines and ten favorite places to buy them for USA Today's Pop Candy blog.

The College Board recommends 101 "great books" for college-bound readers.

Pre-order the Mountain Goats new album, Get Lonely, from Insound (the album has an August 22nd release date).


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