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Wednesday, November 11, 2009


Radio Remington: A community-art project helps kids tell the story of their neighborhood | Feature by Chris Landers

Costly Charges: Drug prosecutions suffer after detective is accused of embezzlement | Mobtown Beat by Van Smith

Councilmania | Murder Ink



Stuck on Stupid: So something on the radio has been bothering me for the past few weeks. | Social Studies by Vincent Williams



Dirt Farm: by Ben Claassen III

Just Ask Larnell: by Larnell Custis Butler

Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake



Woman's Work: A play about housekeeping is too stylized to connect with audiences | Stage by Geoffrey Himes

Sugarless by James Magruder | Review by Bret McCabe

The Word Book by Mieko Kanai | Review by Bret McCabe

Curtain Time



He Walks Alone: . . . bolstered by a fanbase that prints the legend | Music by Bret McCabe

The Lake House: Jazzway 6004 offers one of the finer listening experiences in the city | Music by Geoffrey Himes

Renaissance MEN: Le Tigre's JD Samson and friends fuse music and visual art, dance-pop and politics | Music by Judy Berman

MT6 Records | Review by Raymond Cummings

Various Artists: The Harmonic Series: A Compilation Of Musical Works In Just Intonation | Review by Michael Byrne

The Short List



Flame and Citron | Review by Bret McCabe

American Casino | Review by Edward Ericson Jr.

Pirate Radio | Review by Bret McCabe

Crude | Review by Joe Tropea

New This Week



B&O American Brasserie | Review by Mary K. Zajac

The Old Smokehouse Pit Beef and BBQ | Review by Lee Gardner


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