Edited by Tom Lippy. Essays "Artist's Project: Drawings from the "Untitled House" series (Throughout the issue)," by Chris Doyle; "Artist's Projects: "My Potential Future Based on Present Circumstances (6/29/03)," " by Beth Campbell; "The Architecture of Effect: Are Diller+Scofidio and Frank Gehry practicing architecture? Does it matter?," by Clay Eicher; "Music At 6: Why do Americans get-and seem to want-their news with a soundtrack?," by Carter Burwell; "The Art of Husbandry: Portraits of the actresses from the 1974 film The Stepford Wives," by Don Bechardy; "Alex Shear's Object Lesson #1: (Poster)," by unattributed artists; "Nothing Personal: Seeking out Pfc. Jessica Lynch in the West Virginia countryside," by Heather Larson; "Victor and Judy: Photos of Raising Victor Vargas's two leads by the film's co-writer," by Eva Vives; "Hollywood Minute: A master satirist sets his sights on entertainment news," a short play by Christopher Durang; "Artist's Project: The result of an encounter with a found object provided by Esopus. (First in a series)," by Richard Tuttle; "100 Frames: Majid Majidi's Baran: A resonant gesture, and sublime moment, from the acclaimed 2001 Iranian film," commentary by Hamid Dabashi; "Angus Trumble's 1904 in Retrospect: One year. One page. (A regular feature)," by unattributed artists. Audio CD "Number One: Public Domain." Songs "Hallelujah, I'm a Bum," by Wide Right; "Moonshiner," by Haley Bonar; "Sinking Ship," by The New Year; "El Ya Sabia," by tre/molo; "From the Mind of M. Applegate, Beautician," by Mark Eitzel; "Home on the Range," by Phosphorescent; "Electro-Merengue-Clásico," by DJ Afro; "House of the Rising Sun," by Jet Set Six; "Somebody," by Discar; "Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair," by Pat Irwin; "Beautiful Dreamer," by Dean Wareham.