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Ethan Brown

May 29, 2000 | Feature
Pets: Every Dog Has Its Day

New York's most secret society is devoted to this year's "It" animal.

May 29, 2000 | Pop Music Review
Sleater-Kinney
May 29, 2000 | Pop Music Review
Hooked on Classics

Pearl Jam started out angry, became eccentric, and finally ended up as classic rock. Too bad their new album won't stand the test of time.

May 15, 2000 | Pop Music Review
Mmm, Teen-Bop

Teen pop may be the future of the music business, but its marketing -- and sound, in Hanson's case -- owe more to another decade: the fifties.

May 1, 2000 | Feature
Bar Codes

In their war on nightlife, Giuliani and the city have found a new foe: the state.

May 1, 2000 | Feature
Production Values

Rodney Jerkins's Pentecostal parents forbade pop music in their house. So how did the 22-year-old prodigy -- charged with Michael Jackson's comeback -- become the top producer in the country?

April 17, 2000 | Feature
E-Mergency

The agony! There's no ecstasy! A Florida convention shuts down New York's e-channel.

April 17, 2000 | Feature
Unmade Man

Chris Paciello owned two of Miami's hottest clubs and hung out with Ingrid Casares, Jennifer Lopez, and Madonna. A murder charge scattered his A-list pals -- but his gangster vibe is part of what drew them in the first place.

April 10, 2000 | Pop Music Review
In brief: Green Velvet
April 10, 2000 | Pop Music Review
Willkommen

Cabaret and "Cabaret" star Ute Lemper invites a new generation into the genre by singing Costello and Cave.

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