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2005 Stories by Julie Seabaugh

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  • Winter Wonder Bands

    published December 14, 2005

    Pop singer-songwriter Anna Nalick stands in a hotel parking lot somewhere in Des Moines, giddily clutching an armload of cold white powder. "I... More >>

  • Ready to Rumble

    published November 23, 2005

    This Week's Day-by-Day Picks More >>

  • The Floating City

    published November 23, 2005

    Local boys and First Flight Records flagshippers The Floating City call their sound "baroque-rock." With guitar squalls and layers of... More >>

  • Double Feature

    published November 16, 2005

    Feature Films April's Shower (unrated) Trish Doolan. Take a roomful of good-looking lesbians, a porn star named Spring... More >>

  • Steel Train

    published November 16, 2005

    Kinda jammy, kinda classic-rock and kinda alt-country, Steel Train have nevertheless found themselves lumped in with their more... More >>

  • Boomerang Bill

    published November 9, 2005

    Two massive tours, two corresponding CDs, two similarly corresponding DVDs, two seasons on the WB network and countless pairs of... More >>

  • Films Without Borders

    published November 9, 2005

    FEATURE FILMS: Beyond the Rocks (unrated) Sam Wood. Beyond the Rocks was presumed lost for more than 80 years. But then,... More >>

  • OK Go/She Wants Revenge

    published November 9, 2005

    OK Go's eponymous 2002 debut served up decidedly serious tales of female cruelty on a bed of crunchy dance-pop, liberally doused with... More >>

  • Ryan Adams & the Cardinals

    published November 2, 2005

    Six months ago, Ryan Adams released Cold Roses, a lauded return to the roots-rock songcraft of his solo debut, 2000's Heartbreaker.... More >>

  • Marc Broussard

    published November 2, 2005

    With the minor exceptions of some unfortunate facial hair and a lyrical depth that doesn't quite measure up to the gravitas of his richly raw... More >>

  • Matchbook Romance

    published November 2, 2005

    They've been known as Fizzlewick and the Getaway, but the Poughkeepsie, New York, foursome currently known as Matchbook Romance has... More >>

  • By Any Other Name

    published October 19, 2005

    WED 10/19 Bring on the loose-meat sandwiches! Not only has Roseanne Barr already reminded us how she raised the sitcom, er, bar with... More >>

  • Sweet Caroline

    published October 19, 2005

    The Bad Touch "Guilty pleasures" are a myth, a construct created by insecure people who think that an... More >>

  • Thrice

    published October 12, 2005

    In the great tradition of the Kinks, Oasis and Nelson, Thrice bassist Eddie and drummer Riley Breckenridge are bandmates who also happen to... More >>

  • Out Riding Vinces

    published September 28, 2005

    SUN 10/2 Mmm, Vince Vaughn in chaps, anyone? While technically not getting all gaucho on us after his mug-apalooza in this summer's... More >>

  • Good Sports

    published September 21, 2005

    It's a phenomenon that would blow college-sports analysts' minds, if only any of them had ever heard of the school. Over the past few years,... More >>

  • My Chemical Romance

    published September 21, 2005

    Back in the day, New Joisey's My Chemical Romance was a scrawny little quintet singing about vampires and opening for the Movielife and... More >>

  • Lucinda Williams

    published September 14, 2005

    If we lived in a World Without Tears, Lucinda Williams would be headlining "Pineola," "Greenville" and "Lafayette" instead of... More >>

  • The Sound and the FURRY

    published September 7, 2005

    Kurt Peterson's office is a disaster area. Towers of files, photos, calendars and furniture taper upward from the floor like stalagmites. So much... More >>

  • You've Got a Friend

    published August 31, 2005

    Yes, the Gentleman Callers' brand of garage rock draws heavily from the soul, R&B and blues sounds that inspired the original '60s beat groups.... More >>

  • Schticking & Screaming

    published August 24, 2005

    In his directorial debut, The Man with the Screaming Brain, cult-film fave Bruce Campbell plays William Cole, an American... More >>

  • Over It

    published August 24, 2005

    In Alexandria, Virginia, there is a historic building called Gadsby's Tavern Museum. True, cities don't typically dedicate museums to bars -- but... More >>

  • Dirty Jokes: A Love Story

    published August 10, 2005

    Aristocrats editor Emery Emery transformed more than 100 hours' worth of incest, bestiality and pedophilia jokes into an 89-minute gem. On... More >>

  • What the Chuck?

    published August 3, 2005

    "There are some journalists who interview people, say Marilyn Manson, and then they'll go, 'Oh, I've met Marilyn Manson; I know Marilyn Manson,'"... More >>

  • Rise Against

    published August 3, 2005

    Having long been the go-to band for smart hardcore punk with a mean sociopolitical streak, Rise Against's upgrade from Fat Wreck... More >>

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