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Issue: "30 years of destruction," Jan. 18, 2003

They feel that Jones is an antidote to what they see as overproduced, over-noisome pop music.

Craig Marks, editor of the music magazine Blender, noting that singer Norah Jones appeals to many of the same fans and Grammy voters who supported the O Brother, Where Art Thou? soundtrack last year. Miss Jones, 23, received five Grammy Award nominations last week.

We don't want to exchange one public health problem for another.

Gary Francis, director of the coronary intensive care unit at the Cleveland Clinic, on concerns that people will misinterpret recent research showing that moderate alcohol consumption reduces heart-attack risk and view it as a license to drink heavily.

If the Lord is not behind this, it's not going to go.

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Anglican priest and Elvis impersonator Dorian Baxter, aka "Elvis Priestly," on the new Graceland Independent Anglican Church of Canada in Newmarket, Ontario. Church services include Elvis gospel songs and religious lyrics set to tunes like "Blue Suede Shoes." While not defrocking Rev. Baxter, the Anglican Church has denied him a license to perform weddings.

I have gone from 'B-List' to 'D-List.' I skipped 'C' altogether.

Comedienne Kathy Griffin on competing on ABC's Celebrity Mole Hawaii.


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