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1998 Stories by Christina Schmitt

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  • Insecurity Blanket

    published December 16, 1998

    Hennepin County asks homeless men to make themselves uncomfortable. More >>

  • Grrls at Their Best

    published December 2, 1998

    Mas Scara tests the bounds of militant amateurism. More >>

  • Rachel Blau DuPlessis and Ann Snitow: The Feminist Memoir Project

    published November 25, 1998

    Rachel Blau DuPlessis and Ann Snitow, editors The Feminist Memoir Project: Voices from Women's Liberation Three... More >>

  • Sister Soldier

    published November 18, 1998

    Barely two months out of prison, the Twin Cities' most notorious nun is headed for trouble again. More >>

  • Love on the Tracks

    published November 11, 1998

    Spoken-word artist Truth Maze hitches the soul train to the peace train. More >>

  • The Beast in Me

    published November 11, 1998

    ONCE CONDENSED FOR history, the personal motivation behind most wars feels like an afterthought, as the experience of the individual combatant... More >>

  • Laurie Fox & Robin Hemley

    published October 14, 1998

    Laurie Fox My Sister from the Black Lagoon Simon & Schuster Robin... More >>

  • Morning Glory

    published October 7, 1998

    Chicago noise stalwarts Shellac are (un)easy like Sunday morning. More >>

  • Backstreet Boys

    published October 7, 1998

    Two decades after graffiti flourished in the South Bronx, white hip-hoppers fuse aerosol art, pornography, and rap in Life Sucks Die More >>

  • Clean Up or Ship Out

    published August 12, 1998

    Minneapolis police and housing inspectors join forces against litterbugs in their own homes. More >>

  • For a few dollars more...

    published July 15, 1998

    Gingrich and the guardians of public morals upheld the right that "decency" must be considered as a criterion in allocating grants. Take a look at... More >>

  • Kate Summerscale: The Queen of Whale Cay

    published July 8, 1998

    Read about Joe Carstairs, one of this century's most unique, and nearly forgotten, women. More >>

  • Gus (Un)Lucky's

    published July 1, 1998

    SCARCELY 24 HOURS after City Pages ran a story about the Eternal Styles lowrider bike club ("Breaking Away," 6/24), four of the club's... More >>

  • Breaking Away

    published June 24, 1998

    Though weighted down with everything from CD players and wine glasses to Mexican-flag fringing, lowrider bikes are a fast way to get noticed. More >>

  • Animal Attraction

    published June 17, 1998

    Come close, baby, and don't udder a word: "Behold the Power of Cheese," a suggestive new spot by the American Dairy Association More >>

  • Organ Donors

    published June 3, 1998

    Organized confusion: Billy Holloman runs the show at the AQ's loose, lively evening of standards,B-3 Organ Nite More >>

  • Geoff Dyer: Out of Sheer Rage: Wrestling with D.H. Lawrence

    published May 6, 1998

    Geoff Dyer Out of Sheer Rage: Wrestling with D.H. Lawrence North Point Press D.H. LAWRENCE HATED... More >>

  • A STAR IS (STILL)BORN

    published April 29, 1998

    The curse of the City Pages New Band Poll takes claims another victim. More >>

  • Pussy Galore

    published April 22, 1998

    Poll Winner The Odd. More >>

  • Reeling it in

    published April 15, 1998

    "We're a thin staff. A skeleton crew, really. I've lost 20 pounds and I've got rings around my eyes," says U Film Society director Al Milgrom. The... More >>

  • King Leary

    published April 8, 1998

    Denis Leary strikes an exposť. More >>

  • Open 'Til Close

    published March 4, 1998

    Punk pioneer Terry Katzman and Garage D'Or Records prepare to relocate after more than a decade on Nicollet Avenue. More >>

  • Pet Sounds

    published February 25, 1998

    Fifty Bucks a Lesson and You'll Be Playing "Manic Monday" by 2010. More >>

  • BOOKS: Bunny Modern

    published February 11, 1998

    David Bowman Bunny Modern Little, Brown Daring to go deep into the heart of fantasy fiction, David... More >>

  • Goth Today, Gone Tomorrow

    published February 4, 1998

    "We fit in accidentally," says Julie Plante of the band Autumn--a four-year favorite of the black-lipstick set. More >>

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