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2005 Stories by LD Beghtol

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  • Me Old Bamboo

    published September 13, 2005

    Everything old is new again. This is especially true of bamboo building materials for environmentally sound New Yorkers, who have recently... More >>

  • For the Erased

    published August 23, 2005

    Ages ago at college in her native California, singer, composer, and cultural provocatrice Diamanda Galás abandoned the study of science to... More >>

  • Hot Spot

    published June 7, 2005

    Tod Lippy, a New Yorker, is the creator of ESOPUS (pronounced "ee-SOAP-us"), an interdisciplinary arts publication that is... More >>

  • NY Mirror

    published May 24, 2005

    Annette O'Toole is a shockingly versatile actress whose career includes appearances on The Partridge Family, The Outer Limits, and... More >>

  • Hot Spot

    published May 3, 2005

    Christopher Williams, 29, is a dancer and choreographer whose work Ursula and the 11,000 Virgins will be performed at P.S.122 from May... More >>

  • Aw, Shucks

    published April 26, 2005

    The idiot who said you should only eat oysters in months with an R in their names can give me his serving, please. He's just wrong, and... More >>

  • Hot Spot

    published April 26, 2005

    Jeff Hanson is the possessor of an angelic countertenor voice that's unusual in pop music. He started his first band, M.I.J., at 13 in... More >>

  • NY Mirror

    published April 12, 2005

    Allen Frame grew up in the Mississippi Delta and has lived in New York City for over 25 years. He knows everyone and has worked with so... More >>

  • Oddity Space

    published March 29, 2005

    If you're into Masonic memorabilia, taxidermy that would look perfect at the Bates Motel, or rare Victorian medical accoutrements, Obscura... More >>

  • Oral History

    published March 8, 2005

    Since 2000, Bonnie Slotnick has been the local source for vintage cookbooks and other food-related ephemera. Her tiny West Village shop is... More >>

  • Dining In

    published March 8, 2005

    The weather outside is still often frightful—and you're already suffering from advanced spring fever. What to do? Surprise your favorite... More >>

  • Hot Spot

    published March 8, 2005

    Micheal Alago a native New Yorker, is a photographer whose monograph ROUGH GODS (Scatterbrain Press, $20) features gorgeous color... More >>

  • NY Mirror

    published March 1, 2005

    Martyn Jacques, the white-faced singer for the British post-punk cabaret trio the Tiger Lillies, is in town for the next six weeks starring in... More >>

  • Double Fantasy

    published February 22, 2005

    ANTHONY FREDA's latest paintings—two giant panels commissioned by CONVERSE—are something of a tall tale. However did this... More >>

  • Putt Not for Me

    published February 15, 2005

    Discounting chainsaw juggling and Russian roulette, golf is perhaps the silliest non-amatory game played by adults. With the first two, there is... More >>

  • Better Read Than Dead

    published February 15, 2005

    Having long banished that certain someone I may/may not have been dating of late, I was spared the foul cliché of dumping him this... More >>

  • Hot Spot

    published February 8, 2005

    PAGE WOOD, 51, currently creates posters for blockbusters such as The Aviator and Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate... More >>

  • Hot Spot

    published February 1, 2005

    Babbette Hines, 37, is a photographer and the author of two gorgeous books that celebrate ephemera: Photobooth (2002) highlights her... More >>

  • Hot Spot

    published February 1, 2005

    Adam Glickman, 38, is the founder of Condomania, the successful business that's made safer sex more fun since 1991. He lives in L.A. and... More >>

  • Hot Spot

    published January 18, 2005

    Deborah Craig (pictured), the self-described "Southern belle from South Korea," was born in Seoul and grew up in Lakewind, Florida, with... More >>

  • Hot Spot

    published January 11, 2005

    Alan Sparhawk (pictured) is one-third of the Duluth, Minnesota-based band Low, whose 1994 debut, I Could Live in Hope, quietly... More >>

  • Take Five

    published January 4, 2005

    Amy Yoes, an ex-Texan whose intricate paintings, drawings, and constructions have graced galleries in New York, Chicago, and Lisbon, among other... More >>

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