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2003 Stories by Karen Macklin

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  • Dreams Deferred

    published November 19, 2003

    A movie. A play. A stroll in the park. These seem like obvious date choices after only one month of knowing a new lover. But a sojourn to a... More >>

  • The Sedaris Story

    published October 15, 2003

    It's not easy being cheesy, but for Sister Elizabeth Dunderstock of the Amish-like Squeamish sect, cheese is where it's at. See, Liz makes cheese... More >>

  • A Beautiful Mind

    published September 10, 2003

    Leonardo da Vinci obsessively educated himself in the study of human existence, but in the university of life he never did pick a major. An... More >>

  • Clone Home

    published September 3, 2003

    Eduardo Kac's GFP Bunny looks benign enough on the black-and-white promotional materials for the Berkeley Art Museum's latest exhibit. But... More >>

  • Chagall Ours

    published July 23, 2003

    If you're a fan of Marc Chagall's work, you're in for a treat, as you probably already know. If you think Chagall is the name of a fine... More >>

  • Witchy Ways

    published May 28, 2003

    Things are not going well for two freshmen at Shiz University in Oz. The beautiful, popular Glinda and the awkward, green-colored Elphaba have... More >>

  • Hit the Road, Jack

    published May 7, 2003

    He's the big bad daddy of the American road trip, the Beat writer who traded morals for miles and headed out west in search of a new definition of... More >>

  • Alpha Female

    published April 16, 2003

    Charles Darwin's discovery that 13 species of finches had adapted to the conditions on the Galapagos Islands led eventually to his theories on the... More >>

  • Race Relations

    published March 19, 2003

    Despite its title, Edward Bond's A-A-America! is hardly a bastion of U.S. patriotism. Produced by Crowded Fire Theater... More >>

  • It's a Shee Thing

    published February 19, 2003

    In Shakespeare's day, all cast members had members. The illustrious age of vaudeville took drag one step further by giving birth to the... More >>

  • Star Search

    published January 29, 2003

    When the Apollo Theater opened 90 years ago in Harlem, its stage was intended for burlesque acts -- and its doors were closed to black people.... More >>

  • Nocturne

    published January 1, 2003

    By Nov. 15, 1940, the Germans had forced nearly 500,000 Polish Jews into a walled ghetto inside Warsaw; by the time the Germans retreated from the... More >>

  • What the Body Does

    published January 1, 2003

    For nearly two decades, the endlessly imaginative Joe Goode has used his sharp intuition to blur the lines between dance and drama. He and his... More >>

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