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Kiosk Opener: Learning the Ropes

Novelist E.L. Doctorow leads off UC's Ropes Lecture Series

0 Comments · Thursday, January 18, 2001
Critics' Picks: Tuesday 23With a list of past lecturers that includes novelists Richard Powers and Robert Coover, anthropologist and cultural critic Andrew Ross, and noted literary critics Sven   

Music: The Next Best Piece

Kronos, a string quartet like no other, brings its eclectic music to Miami U.

0 Comments · Thursday, January 18, 2001
At Kronos World Headquarters in San Francisco, violinist David Harrington is just finishing a rehearsal for the Kronos Quartet's upcoming tour. On the phone, in the first of several interviews   

Cover Story: Web Feature: Dream On

Writer says dreams are a window on larger reality

0 Comments · Thursday, January 18, 2001
Robert Moss is an explorer and journalist. And that's not even counting the work he does when he's awake. Moss, you see, is a dream journeyer, and his dream life plays an integral part of his   

Music: The Kronos Quartet

Kronos, a string quartet like no other, brings its eclectic music to Miami U.

0 Comments · Thursday, January 11, 2001
At Kronos World Headquarters in San Francisco, violinist David Harrington is just finishing a rehearsal for the Kronos Quartet's upcoming tour. On the phone, in the first of several interviews   

Cover Story: Mall-Free and Loving It

Internet shopping these days goes waaaay beyond the basics

0 Comments · Thursday, November 30, 2000
No parking hassles. No traffic jams. No Chick-Fil-A. Sbarro? Uh-Uh. There's no trip to the mall for me. This Christmas, I'm doing my shopping online. In case you haven't heard, everything th  

News: Out Come the Freaks

Get in Touch with the Real You at Halloween

0 Comments · Thursday, October 26, 2000
"So what are you going to be for Halloween?" That's the question on everyone's lips this time of year. My standard reply: "I'm thinking of going as an elephant, but I need someone in the co  

Knotty Pine on the Bayou, Cold Spring

Talking 'Bout Our Generation

0 Comments · Thursday, October 26, 2000
If you're looking for unique dining and want a break from the urban life, Knotty Pine offers a taste of Cajun cuisine in a country setting. The rustic locale is a great part of its charm, though for  

Cover Story: Single-Handed

Local writers go it alone in the publishing wilderness

0 Comments · Thursday, September 7, 2000
They call it the rejection notice, the "ding" letter, and it is something all but the most fortunate writers have found in their mailboxes. It's often the painful punctuation to months, sometim  

Cover Story: Hell Bent for Leather

Adventurers follow the wake of St. Brendan in a leather boat

0 Comments · Thursday, September 7, 2000
Truth is supposedly stranger than fiction. But adventurer/historian/author Tim Severin has made a career of proving there is sometimes little difference between the two. In several nonfiction work  

Cover Story: Smash It Up!

Of all the oddly enticing elements to be found at the 2000 Hamilton County Fair, demolition derby seems to scream the loudest

0 Comments · Thursday, August 3, 2000
Grab your overalls, urbanites. The Hamilton County Fair is on this weekend in Carthage. And for many of us city slickers, the fair presents a chance to get a taste of country life just by driving