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Stephanie Zacharek: Hobbits and courtesans and David Lynch, oh my! Stephanie Zacharek
Movies from Sweden, France and some very weird imaginations enthralled us in 2001.
January 1, 2002 1:11AM (UTC)
Andrew O'Hehir: Pop goes the art film Andrew O'Hehir
Fabulous Frodo aside, disturbing art films ("Mulholland Drive," "Amores Perros," "Sexy Beast") dominated this splendid year for movies.
January 1, 2002 1:29AM (UTC)
It was a very strange year for movies the Salon arts staff
In movie screens in 2001, the nightmares took over, with the exception of one wizardly epic.
January 1, 2002 1:34AM (UTC)
Charles Taylor: From Middle-earth to Mulholland Drive Charles Taylor
The best in movies, 2001: The world turned to the tune of sexy beasts and even darker dreams.
January 1, 2002 1:44AM (UTC)
Time's Person of the Year punt Eric Boehlert
Choosing Giuliani instead of bin Laden was a clear cave-in to the magazine's business priorities. But the rest of the U.S. press isn't setting a much better example.
January 2, 2002 11:52PM (UTC)
Literary daybook the Salon Books Editors
Real and imaginary events of significance to readers.
January 3, 2002 12:07AM (UTC)
Brilliant Careers: Elton John Bill Wyman
He may be rock's most unlikely star, but he's also the king craftsman of pop who's charted more singles than anyone except Elvis.
January 3, 2002 1:00AM (UTC)
Times Square ain't what it used to be David Bowman
The lost seediness can still be found, if you're with the king of 42nd Street.
January 3, 2002 1:18AM (UTC)
A hardcore elegy for Ion Storm Christian Divine
John Romero's game design studio was the most maligned company in the business. But from the inside looking out, it rocked.
January 3, 2002 1:30AM (UTC)
The impossible calculus of loss Janelle Brown
A windfall of public and private funds awaits the victims of Sept. 11. Is it being fairly divided? Is it fair that they get far more than other victims? And will their compensation change charity and disaster relief forever?
January 3, 2002 1:30AM (UTC)
Don't blame it on Reno Jake Tapper
As Congress gears up to point fingers over pre-9/11 intelligence failures, the Clinton attorney general can plead: "I told you so"
January 3, 2002 1:43AM (UTC)
Red vs. Blue Anthony York
Florida newspapers are looking to the state's upcoming gubernatorial election as a rematch of the 2000 presidential race.
January 3, 2002 2:11AM (UTC)
The emotional machine Suzy Hansen
Steve Grand, designer of the artificial life program Creatures, talks about the stupidity of computers, the role of desire in intelligence and the coming revolution in what it means to be "alive."
January 3, 2002 2:12AM (UTC)
Red vs. Blue Anthony York
Accident ... or murder? Conservative Web sites react to the death of the Clintons' dog.
January 3, 2002 9:41PM (UTC)
Nothing Personal Amy Reiter
New "Star Wars" proves 'N Sync isn't 'NDestructible; protesters want Britney and Beyonc
January 3, 2002 10:58PM (UTC)

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