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mindy strouse

Strouse is a dreamer by nature, but is known mostly for her keen photography skills. When she's not on location snapping pictures of skinny models and unknown corporate rock bands, she's pounding out the occasional article on silly pop drivel that no one else on the outsideleft staff wants to touch. She's also an occasional actor known mostly for her appearance in a national campaign for a major yogurt company. Its residuals pay for her one-bedroom apartment in Manhattan, New York where she lives with her cat, Sir Walter Pawley. She also thinks the chicken came way before the egg.

contributions

Outsider(s) of the Week: Ann and Jamie 09.01.2005
Outsider of the Week: Kelly G. 08.02.2005
Outsider of the Week: Blair S. 07.25.2005
Outsider of the Week: Joanie J. 07.18.2005
Outsider of the Week: Sarah Burns 07.11.2005
Pamela D.: Portrait of a Mid-Priced Prostitute 02.25.2005
The Subtle Art of Stealing Boyfriends 02.24.2005
Are The Gates the emperor's new clothes all over again? 02.18.2004
My Night at an Orgy 02.15.2005
Springer the Opera has them Bitching in the Aisles... Or at least on their couches 01.10.2005
Six months in planning 12.28.2004
Colin Salmon tipped to be the next James Bond 12.04.2004
Reformed Catholic 12.02.2004

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The 5 Minute Interview Lux and Ivy of the Cramps
Unlike many "rockabilly" thug poseurs (hello, Mike Ness), the Cramps are the real deal - the Ohio-bred band is worlds apart from the everyday sounds of neo-folk and the canned beats of hip-hop.
Friday Film Forecast for May 6, 2005
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