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Ethan Smith

September 28, 1998 | Pop Music Review
In Brief:
Robbie Fulks, Divine Comedy, and Elliott Smith
August 17, 1998 | The Culture Business
The Vision Thing

This month marks the twenty-fifth issue of "Visionaire" -- the homespun, high-concept, $150-a-copy 'zine that's the fashion world's latest must-have accessory.

August 10, 1998 | Pop Music Review
Paradise Glossed

Brian Wilson's still-considerable gifts poke through the bland production on a new album, and the reclusive former Beach Boy is even planning his first solo tour.

August 3, 1998 | Feature
Adult Education / Seniors: Second Wind

These classes for seniors draw on a unique store of knowledge: the students.

June 1, 1998 | Pop Music Review
Tenured Radicals

Quintessential downtown guitar futurists Sonic Youth have a new studio, and a new album -- their best of the nineties -- to show for it.

May 28, 1998 | Feature
Still Beating

Legendary synth band finds its long-lost drummer.

May 18, 1998 | Feature
Sean Lennon

Yoko is Mom. John was Dad. There is only one person in the world for whom this situation could seem absolutely normal.

April 27, 1998 | Pop Music Review
He's the One

With a smokin' wee-hours concert and a massive new album, the Artist Formerly Known As Prince once again demonstrates his immodest brilliance.

April 13, 1998 | Feature
Gatherings: Seeking Higher Love
March 23, 1998 | Pop Music Review
L.A. Consequential

Brooklyn folkie Elliott Smith wrote a song for "Good Will Hunting." Now he's playing an unlikely stage -- the Oscars.

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