For the Week of
Cover: The Wired Canon
Jacking in, and off, to the new digital library of Wired magazine.
Fagles Hits a Homer: Scholar Robert Fagles talks about his new translation of The Odyssey.
Diggin' the Goddess: Sebastopol author Joan Marler preserves the work a Lithuanian archaeologist for future generations.
News: Mother's Day, Part II
Gay moms are raising happy families in same-sex marriages.
The Scoop: The real deal on Newt's loot.
Jelly Roll Kings: Fat Possum Records steps into the spotlight with guerrilla-style blues.
Mussel Man: The king of the blues harp blows into town.
Coast to Coast: Artist William O'Keeffe captures Ireland's fragrant wasteland.
Talking Pictures: Anka Radakovich--the infamous Details magazine sex columnist--discusses the frank and funny love story Chasing Amy.
Dharma Bum: Bae Yong-Kyun's Zen masterpiece Why Has Bodhi-Dharma Left for the East? is spiritually uplifting.
Kitchen Debate: Graton's new Kitchen hits and misses.
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