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John Edwards endorsed Obama. Barry Bonds got indicted on 15 counts of perjury and obstruction of justice. And there were a bunch of celebs at the Celtics' playoff game the other night. Care? Or who cares?!? The Sandbox guys pose the question to Phoenix editor Lance Gould, Sarah Faith Alterman, and Henry Santoro. Listen to the mp3 here.
Tired of reading about the T? NEVER. Read James Parker's article "The T and the Tube: London's Underground is seething with danger. Boston's T has cuckoo juice." OR listen to Parker talk to FNX about Ts, Tubes, and changing his accent.
MP3: T vs. Tube: Parker tells you precisely where he stands on underground transportation.
Behold the big, beautiful baby heads, entitled Day and Night, installed in the lawn of the MFA. The sculptures, by Spanish realist Antonio Lopez Garcia, are emotive enough to stop traffic.
MP3: MFA contemporary art curator Cheryl Butvan talks to FNX about the baby heads and existence.
This is a guitar
Phoenix Music Editor Michael Brodeur talks to FNX about the Best Music Poll and really, who should win and who should NOT. There is a lot of nervous giggling and TRUTH. Read Brodeur's latest review "Czech, Please" and listen to him talk below.MP3: Brodeur talks to FNX about the good, the bad, and the Jack-Johnson nightmares.
OW, man, ow OR all you ever wanted to know about Cho's vagina
As part of her new VHI reality-TV show, The Cho Show, comic and bisexual buzz-girl Margaret Cho underwent the much-talked-about “G-Shot.” The shot, a collagen injection into the patient’s G-Spot, supposedly helps some women achieve vaginal climax more easily and more often by enlarging the highly mythologized erogenous zone.
Sexism, racism, ageism: what is there not to discuss about this year's presidential primary? This week, political writer Steven Stark hones in on Clinton's seemingly dwindling chances for the democratic nomination in his article "Clinton fatigue: What is driving the widespread movement pressuring Hilary Clinton to drop out, even though she is very much still in the race?" Below, the ever-faithful senior political analyst also humors FNX.
Hobbits love FILK
More on FILK, after Georgiana Cohen's mind-opening article "What is Filk? The answer, my friend, is blowin’ in the DIURNAL atmospheric DISEQUILIBRIUM."
MP3: Georgiana Cohen talks to FNX about Bilbo Baggins and jams, man.
As usual, James Parker talks to FNX about just about everything; but also happens to mention his cheeky article, "Guitars are from Mars, Feist and Björk are from Venus," co-written by Sharon Steel.
MP3: James Parker on guitars and also an admission to FNX: yes, Parker does like Kelly Clarkson.
Real Ashlee vs. real fake Ashlee with real/fake nose
Fake everything. Fake books, fake (to quote Jame Parker) "blood-drinking sex cults", fake drunks, fake MySpace whores: what is real anymore, anyhow? Read Parker's real/fake treatise: "Pants afire: Fakeries and the faking fakers who fake them.
I can hang
David S. Bernstein talks to FNX about Obama, his generation, and of course, his article: "Obama outside the Boom: The first political leader of my generation acts nothing like the rest of us — which might be how he’s gotten where he is."
MP3: Obama and Gen-X: Berstein breaks it down for FNX.