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Portrait of Conspirare
Local chorus Conspirare, headed to New York City for the American Choral Directors Association convention, previewed the trip with a local concert of what amounted to two programs: a collection spanning Renaissance to modern works and a mostly modern collection of songs ranging from the flowing to the formal, the basic to the brash.
"...convention with performances in hallowed venues Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, has packed for all temperatures and moods. Having..."

Feb. 7, 2003 Arts Review by Robi Polgar

A New Kind of Catering
Local businesses are marrying style with substance on the wedding table.
"...hand-hewn timber and English thatch. It was imported in Lincoln Log-like pieces from upstate New York and rebuilt on-site..."

Jan. 31, 2003 Food Feature by Rachel Feit

Who's That Girl?
The Bookslut -- aka Jessa Crispin -- is getting people excited.
"...might have a permanent cold. She was born in Lincoln, Kansas. Her father read her Dune and Asimov's robot..."

Jan. 24, 2003 Books Feature by Shawn Badgley

Day Trips
"...head of one row of cars is the 1964 Lincoln Continental convertible that President Lyndon Johnson used to drive..."

Jan. 24, 2003 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

Letters at 3AM
Even though 2002 was an exceptional year for American cinema, American art has never been more marginalized, ghettoized, and controlled, than it is today.
"...America and fulfill the dreams of Jefferson, Whitman, and Lincoln. They expected great things of us. Not "great" in..."

Jan. 10, 2003 Column by Michael Ventura

Page Two
The mayoral race is on, with and without some usual suspects.
"...in the administration to the contrary, the party of Lincoln is uninterested in either civil or minority rights. The..."

Dec. 27, 2002 Column by Louis Black

Thou Shalt Not Sue?
Van Orden's suit against the Ten Commandments is no slam-dunk.
"...maybe," he says with a wry smile, "in the Lincoln Bedroom."..."

Dec. 6, 2002 News Feature by Dave Mann

Book Reviews
John Taliaferro's biography of a man and a mountain
"...the four faces of Washington, Jefferson, Teddy Roosevelt, and Lincoln -- it was originally intended that their full figures..."

Nov. 15, 2002 Books Review by Shawn Badgley

Short Third-Degree Sessions
Jesse Sublett gets personal with four of Bouchercon 2002's featured authors.
"...blow into town in a restored pearl black '67 Lincoln Continental with the suicide doors along Interstate 35. She'd..."

Oct. 18, 2002 Books Feature by Jesse Sublett

Beat Box
Beat Box
"...Topdog/Underdog album, lead men Mos "Booth" Def and Jeffrey "Lincoln" Wright sing soliloquies jumping from Muddy Waters to Wayne..."

Oct. 18, 2002 Music Review by Christopher Coletti

Postmarks
Our readers talk back.
"...considered worth mentioning that Enron execs stayed in the Lincoln Bedroom 11 times under the previous administration, isn't it..."

Oct. 11, 2002 Column

Naked City
Ron Gibson, R.I.P.
"...he began his career as a reporter for the Lincoln Journal-Star in Nebraska...."

Oct. 4, 2002 News Feature by Lee Nichols

Right Where They Belong
Raoul Hernandez goes on tour with the Flatlanders
"...Lincoln Center Tower Records, in-store performance and signing. 8:05pm...."

July 26, 2002 Music Feature by Raoul Hernandez

Late Nite Catechism
The popular interactive theatre piece Late Nite Catechism thrives on the interaction between the audience, cast as students in a course of religious instruction, and the actor who plays the nun teaching it. In the touring production, Amanda Hebert is amazing in the role, playing Sister with perfect presence and timing.
"...a globe on a bookcase, and pictures of Washington, Lincoln, and Kennedy, along with numerous gold stars, adorning a..."

July 19, 2002 Arts Review by Barry Pineo

Letters at 3AM
With inaction, inattention, cowardice, and stupidity, Americans are watching tyranny take shape in plain sight before our eyes, while the overwhelming majority say and do nothing.
"...Said Abraham Lincoln, the first great Republican: "When shall we expect the..."

June 28, 2002 Column by Michael Ventura

Page Two
Saturday's election results show that election reform isn't necessary when you have a thoughtful electorate.
"...the voters. Keep in mind here a variation on Lincoln's caution about fooling the people -- even trusting the..."

May 10, 2002 Column by Louis Black

Cassandra Wilson
"...diva chain behind second generation jazz queens like Abbey Lincoln and Betty Carter. Given Belly of the Sun, Wilson's..."

March 29, 2002 Music Review by Raoul Hernandez

Coach's Corner
Coach's new dog, Jasper, is a joy. So was the Canadian gold medal in men's hockey.
"...in everything from a shovel (the skeleton) to a Lincoln Towncar (the four-man bobsled). I heard the "Star-Spangled Banner"..."

March 1, 2002 Column by Andy "Coach" Cotton

Picks to Click
The SXSW Class of 2002
"...With the assistance of Lincoln, Neb.-based producer Mike Mogis, the Gloria Record has created..."

March 1, 2002 Music Feature by Michael Chamy

Will Residents Bee Invited?
"...Forest City Enterprise of Cleveland and Los Angeles, and Lincoln Property Co. of Dallas. The primary architect is Larry..."

March 1, 2002 News Feature by Amy Smith

Dancing About Architecture
Neil Diamond comes to town, the Metro stays open, Cotton Mather searches for a deal, Hamstein sells its publishing, Wynton Marsalis visits the Elephant Room, and much, much more.
"...notice ex-local Fred Saunders tickling the ivories with the Lincoln Jazz Center Orchestra when they passed through town a..."

Feb. 15, 2002 Music Column by Ken Lieck

The Amazing Afterlife of Zimmerman Fees
"...rich, red wine that he never noticed the speeding Lincoln Town Car that ends his life on the second..."

Feb. 1, 2002 Music Feature by Virginia B. Wood

Contents/Discontents -- Abby Levine
Accounts of the death of irony since last September 11th have been greatly exaggerated, and in her showing of work at Gallery 1313, artist Abby Levine provides three-dimensional proof that it is still a powerful way to communicate and process ideas about life, death, and pop culture in America.
"...a painfully twisted 6-foot-long dollar bill dangling a Frisbee-sized Lincoln Liberty penny from a huge chain. Go Global also..."

Jan. 18, 2002 Arts Review by Jesse Sublett

They Might Be Giants
Holiday Platters
"..."Santa Claus," and of the other four tracks, only Lincoln's "Santa's Beard" is all that likely to be in..."

Dec. 21, 2001 Music Review by Ken Lieck

TV Eye
Keeping one eye on television and the other on pop culture.

Dec. 14, 2001 Screens Column by Belinda Acosta

Postscripts
What's selling in several area stores and the local literary news
"...see in heavy metal but better," says assistant manager Lincoln Cargill. Anatomy for the Artist (DK Publishing, $40) is..."

Dec. 7, 2001 Books Column by Clay Smith

20-Year Eats
"...S. Lamar, Brodie Oaks. 443-0515. 6406 N. I-35, #1600, Lincoln Village. 451-9965. 1991 N. I-35, Round Rock. 244-0066. 13492..."

Dec. 7, 2001 Features Feature

History by the Tape
LBJ's secret White House tapes reveal more than he may have intended
"...Glory. The very year he expected to be another Lincoln or FDR -- which I think he should have..."

Nov. 30, 2001 Books Feature by Clay Smith

Postmarks
Our readers talk back.
"...with his customer base than Rick Klaw. From BookStop (Lincoln Village) to Adventures in Crime and Space to BookPeople..."

Nov. 30, 2001 Column

Letters at 3AM
Our president and attorney general have turned the protection of our civil liberties into the new national crisis.
"...to incarcerating Japanese-Americans in the Second World War, and Lincoln suspended habeas corpus when it suited him in the..."

Nov. 30, 2001 Column by Michael Ventura

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