Tag: Dylan Klebold

  • Documenting Tragedy

    Honorable, hardworking, and immaculately staged by its co-author PJ Paparelli, columbinus is a vivid illustration of both the virtues and the dangers of theater that aspires to documentary status. Its last few scenes, which cover in detail the events leading up to the mass killings at Columbine High School in 1999 and the collective trauma […]

  • Columbine Research Task Force

    It may not be pretty, but the site created by the Columbine Research Task Force reveals some of the Net’s true potential. You won’t find dancing baloney or Shockwave tricks—just the work of determined people who question the official story about the Columbine massacre. If Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold acted alone in slaughtering 13 […]

  • The Geek Club

    It was like a slo-mo, modern-day Revenge of the Nerds, but 1999 was real, and it belonged to the geeks. Some, like Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold of Columbine fame, got their due respect by violent means, but most reclaimed their territory in society via technological ventures. The age of the Internet, and the increased […]

  • The ‘Faggot’ Factor

    When Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold opened fire in their high school on April 20, they couldn’t have imagined how many people would benefit. For the students who survived, it was a chance to perform in the biggest media circus since Monica. For the news networks, it was an excuse to cut away from the […]