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2002 Stories by Josh Goldfein

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  • Defending Your Life

    published July 9, 2002

    Lam Choi, a Cambodian refugee raised by an aunt and uncle in the Tenderloin, was 17 when he was charged with killing a local gang leader; he's... More >>

  • Crash Into Me

    published June 18, 2002

    You can't spell "dumb" without DMB, but simplicity alone cannot account for the collegiate domination of the Dave Matthews Band. Boston wiseacre... More >>

  • Always in the Dark

    published May 7, 2002

    Jack Angstreich has a problem. He's attended some 7000 film programs in the second half of his 32 years, but lately it's been hard to keep up. "I... More >>

  • Bands of Outsiders

    published April 9, 2002

    The democratization of production in the digital age will mean the end of scenes like the climax of Stephen Earnhart's Mule Skinner Blues:... More >>

  • They Are the World

    published March 5, 2002

    If you only have room for one 9-11 video in your time capsule, you could do worse than The Making and Meaning of "We Are Family," a... More >>

  • Unholy Wars

    published February 5, 2002

    The obvious media hero of the Afghan war only got his 15 minutes on American TV in death. On September 9, suicide bombers disguised as a TV crew... More >>

  • Low-Budget Movies

    published February 5, 2002

    A full-on Sundance bender is murder on the eyes. After a week of playing in the sun and snow all day and watching movies all night (sometimes vice... More >>

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