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Literary Daybook the Salon Books Editors
Real and imaginary events of interest to readers.
April 2, 2002 12:01AM (UTC)
King Kaufman on sports King Kaufman
Indiana is no "Cinderella." The Hoosiers are well coached and red hot. But only Maryland has a player who can take over a game.
April 2, 2002 1:00AM (UTC)
Letters Salon Staff
By Katharine Mieszkowski
April 2, 2002 1:30AM (UTC)
Where are the Mahirs of yesteryear? Scott Rosenberg
The Web thrill is gone, according to the New York Times, thanks to a critical shortage of flashes in the pan.
April 2, 2002 1:30AM (UTC)
A frock of memories Janelle Brown
Hundreds of dresses with rich pasts flow into a project to get formal clothes to prom-bound teens.
April 2, 2002 1:35AM (UTC)
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A magisterial history of genocide, the best new fiction and more of our favorite books
April 2, 2002 1:54AM (UTC)
Masterpiece: Barry Bonds' 2001 season Joan Walsh
Many baseball fans will never adore the San Francisco Giants' moody superstar. But en route to perhaps the greatest individual season in the sport's history, Bonds emerged as the wounded hero of a wounded nation.
April 2, 2002 2:00AM (UTC)
Betraying Afghanistan, again Anthony York
"Taliban" author Ahmed Rashid says the Bush administration is risking the success of its war on terror by scheming against Iraq's Saddam Hussein while Afghanistan is still in ruins.
April 2, 2002 3:00AM (UTC)
Nothing Personal Amy Reiter
Jolie and Thornton to visit Cambodia for Baby No. 2; Minnelli insists on hubby's sex skills; search begins for Milton's massive missing member! Plus: Lucas sued by porn producer.
April 2, 2002 3:54AM (UTC)
Listen hear Salon's critics
A roundup of recent CDs from Uncle Tupelo, Alanis Morissette, Clinic and more.
April 3, 2002 1:00AM (UTC)
Literary Daybook the Salon Books Editors
Real and imaginary events of interest to readers.
April 3, 2002 1:00AM (UTC)
King Kaufman on sports King Kaufman
Juan Dixon didn't dominate as expected Monday, but he's the third straight fourth-year man to carry his team to the NCAA title. Isn't that funny, in an era when the great players all leave school early?
April 3, 2002 1:00AM (UTC)
Code free or die Andrew Leonard
A new biography of Richard Stallman looks at how the free software mastermind got to be so single-mindedly stubborn.
April 3, 2002 1:29AM (UTC)
Seek, and ye shall find Sheerly Avni
Passover is the Jewish day of remembrance. I forgot. But I rebounded with a sober yoga vegan Seder.
April 3, 2002 1:33AM (UTC)
A world of hurt Earl R. Mies
What do you do when your wife punches you -- hard? I learned to cover my face and stifle my anger.
April 3, 2002 1:34AM (UTC)

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