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Recreating Kravitz

Lenny Kravitz is easily the craftiest chameleon in the music industry today. Since bursting onto the scene in 1989 with Let Love Rule, Kravitz has impressed with his impressions.


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PocketPC 2002 and HP Jornada 565

Currently, the handheld market is divided between units that run the Palm operating system and those that run Microsoft's Windows-Based Pocket PC. PocketPC 2002 is the newest version of PocketPC.


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Domestic Disturbance

Finally, a film worth seeing! After a chain of mediocre action movies, Domestic Disturbance provides a starved audience with a suspenseful plot and a talented cast.


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B-Side Themselves

f you aren't hip to the local music scene, consider this your first lesson--The b-sides, a group of promising up-and-comers from Chapel Hill just released their first LP, Yes, Indeed,The b-sides,...


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Awesome Ark Arts

hat kind of art do you want to see tonight? Rhythm tap? Improv? A cappella? Or perhaps slightly more cultural fare--ballet or Indian dance, or simply listen to some spoken word poetry.


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Loud and Queer

hen you think of lesbian feminist electro-punk politics, kick-ass dance grooves aren't the logical next step in your train of thought.


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Emmy's Back

On Sunday, barring anthrax, small pox, terrorism, retaliation or giant asteroid, the 2001 Emmy Awards will take place in Los Angeles. The original Sept.


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Lovely Assassins

By the time Fernando, the protagonist of Barbet Schroeder's new film Our Lady of the Assassins closes the window blinds that overlook the city of Medell'n, Colombia, we realize that the real main...


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Michael Rocks

You can't classify him. You can't even understand him. The mere utterance of his name evokes a gamut of images both miserable and messianic.


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Almost Beautiful

In 1995, when Garbage's self-titled first album mixed a post-grunge sound with heavy metal chords and lead singer Shirley Manson's sensual, intimidating voice, the result was a fresh and logical...


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Kiddie Caché

Okay, so we all know you stopped shopping at Gap Kids in fifth grade. Fortunately, it's never too late to resume some good habits.