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2000 Stories by Serene Dominic

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  • Candy Cane Mutiny

    published December 21, 2000

    TV's Seinfeld may have shone an unflattering light on the notion of "regifting," but that shame doesn't seem to have rubbed off on the... More >>

  • Hammer of the Gazas

    published December 7, 2000

    It ought to be one of those "Where were you when?" questions. You know, like "Where were you when Kennedy was shot?" "Where were you when the... More >>

  • Hi-No, Steverino!

    published November 30, 2000

    Steve Allen is dead. I don't think any of us has a problem with that.People who've lived long, prosperous and productive lives are entitled to... More >>

  • Cinerama

    published November 23, 2000

    Named after the nautical pleasurecraft of Emilio Largo, Bond supervillain in Thunderball, Disco Volante sounds more like the kind of... More >>

  • Train Keeps A-Rollin'

    published November 16, 2000

    Based on his reputation, you'd think you're at the wrong place. The old wood-frame house in the heart of the Tempe 'hood has the feminine air of a... More >>

  • The Beatles Anthology

    published November 16, 2000

    This book . . . she's so hea-veeeeee! Numerous sittings with this coffee-table tome have resulted in either my arms becoming numb, my chest... More >>

  • Wallflowers

    published November 9, 2000

    It doesn't matter what number Wallflowers album this is. You fickle kids can't keep a band on the pop charts longer than you can resist popping a... More >>

  • Frisbie

    published November 9, 2000

    You almost hate saying that Chicago quintet Frisbie is following in the tradition of bands such as Jellyfish, the Posies, Greenberry Woods,... More >>

  • A Wright Lunatic

    published October 26, 2000

    "Hi, I'm John Wright. Uh . . . all these songs are copyrighted 1985, words and music by myself. Uh, conceptually, they form the songs for a, uh,... More >>

  • Gang of Three

    published October 19, 2000

    Lucky for us, the members of Radio 4 are a nice bunch of guys who just want to see you out on the dance floor exercising good judgment. Otherwise... More >>

  • Burt's Still the Word

    published October 5, 2000

    Much has been made of the renaissance composer Burt Bacharach has been enjoying as of late. The Maestro's sudden resurgence is the result of a... More >>

  • Servile or Survivor?

    published September 21, 2000

    For those of you going through Survivor withdrawal, this month's Mail or Muse has been conceived with your shallow needs in mind. If you... More >>

  • Suspended Animation

    published September 14, 2000

    Phoenix resident Pearse Cullinane is a gifted and prolific hand-drawing animator. It's a painstaking job he perfected in an era when most... More >>

  • Blood, Sweat & Tears

    published September 14, 2000

    Child Is the Father to Man, Blood, Sweat & Tears and The Chambers Brothers' Time Has Come Today (Sony Legacy) More >>

  • Trans Am, I Said

    published September 7, 2000

    You'd never think of using words like "violent," "aggressive" or, especially, "badass" to describe '70s prog rock. That is, unless you saw the... More >>

  • Final Curtain

    published August 31, 2000

    I'm gonna take out my eyes and wash them clean/Filling them in the decay/Removing all the debris, because the world I'd like to see is not... More >>

  • Various artists

    published August 31, 2000

    Remember the old music-industry joke, "What's the difference between the Titanic and (insert record label of choice here)?" That's right,... More >>

  • The Superfine Dandelion

    published August 24, 2000

    The Mile Ends The Mile Ends EP (Sundazed) In case you haven't noticed, local music historian Johnny Dixon... More >>

  • Just the Old Dude

    published August 17, 2000

    The first time I'd ever heard the term "elder statesman" used by a rock 'n' roll star was by Mott the Hoople's Ian Hunter, in a 1979 issue of... More >>

  • Brother 'Hood

    published August 10, 2000

    I know your mama told you all about getting value for your money, but don't grouse about the fact that Marah's Kids in Philly is shorter... More >>

  • A Well-Known Drag

    published August 3, 2000

    Jennifer Love Hewitt, someone with "actress" stamped on her passport, is on TV telling Rosie O'Donnell she's never seen The Wizard Of Oz.... More >>

  • Britneymania!

    published July 27, 2000

    Most observers regard the onslaught of teenage pop sensations like Britney Spears, the Backstreet Boys, 'N SYNC and Christina Aguilera as proof... More >>

  • A*Teens

    published July 27, 2000

    For those who don't believe the record industry is safely out of the hands of anyone who actually ever cared about music, I present Exhibit A --... More >>

  • Cloning With the Devil

    published July 20, 2000

    You're playing music full-time and actually getting paid for it. You've got lucrative gigs in and out of state with a guarantee of up to $2,000... More >>

  • Mail or Muse?

    published July 20, 2000

    In 1994, New Times instituted "Tapes in the Mail," a regular column inviting local musicians to send in their demos for critical... More >>

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