Ten Years Ago in City Paper: May 8, 2002
Mike Godwinâ€™s feature explores future scenarios for the consumption of copyrighted digital entertainment.
Michael Anftâ€™s Media Circus offers constructive criticism of City Paper.
Tom Chalkleyâ€™s Charmed Life wonders what Cretaceous-era artifacts may be buried beneath Mobtownâ€™s streets.
The Mail has letters from Lisa Linville, Sutton Stokes, John Grant, and Shane Tanzymore.
Scocca & MacLeodâ€™s proto-blog, Funny Paper, reads the comics so you donâ€™t have to.
Books is Anna Ditkoff, singing the praises of Ayun Hallidayâ€™s graphic novel about parenting, Big Rumpus.
In Art, Mike Giuliano checks out the latest at Gomez Gallery: sculpture by Victoria Montero and photographs by Nathan Congdon and Susan Rubin.
Bones is Douglas William Mowbrayâ€™s poem, “Bobbie.”
Bret McCabeâ€™s Music piece gets inside the heads of Ink.
In Film: Jack Purdy makes nice with Pal Joey; Luisa F. Riberio finds that Mildred Pierce is no Mommy Dearest and extols the intelligence of Enigma; Lee Gardner is impressed with the sexual realism of Y Tu Mama Tambien and thankful for The Last Waltz; Ian Grey actually likes Spider-Man, but finds Unfaithful so â€śnot-there,â€ť he isnâ€™t sure he actually saw it; and Eric Allen Hatch pans Hollywood Ending.
Michelle Gienowâ€™s Dish recommends Petticoat Tea Room for Motherâ€™s Day.
In Cheap Eats, Tim Hill gets something like a corn dog at Saigon Restaurant.