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Wednesday, July 28, 2010

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Old Habits: Medicalization is the hot new thing in drug treatment. Just like in 1970. | Feature by Edward Ericson Jr.

Murder Ink | The Mail



Swizzlin' Summer: Right now is my most favorite part of Summer in the City, the part where there's no holiday like 4th of July or the All-Star Game or whatever to prepare for, and nothing to do or think about except dealing with the heat and, congruently, figuring out where my next refreshing beverage is coming from, yeah-yeah-yeah. | Mr. Wrong by Joe MacLeod



Dirt Farm: by Ben Claassen III

Important Comics: by Dina Kelberman

Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake



Natty Threads: Emily Li Mandri looks to continue expanding her start-up fashion label | The Arts by Rebecca Fishbein

Tarrying With the Negative: Wily intellectual Slavoj Žižek considers the catastrophic | Books by Michael Corbin

Love, True Love: A satire pokes fun at romantic notions | Stage by Anna Ditkoff

Paths of Glory by Humphrey Cobb | Review by Andrea Appleton



Soft Core: A defense of a different live music experience | Music by Michael Byrne

Lower Dens: Twin Hand Movement | Review by Michael Byrne

J-Roddy Walston and the Business: J. Roddy Walston and the Business | Review by Bret McCabe

Ideal Bread: Transmit: Vol. 2 of the Music of Steve Lacy | Review by Lee Gardner

The Short List



Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work | Review by Joe MacLeod

<i>Dinner for Schmucks</i> | Review by Andrea Appleton

New This Week



Nice Tea: A foolproof guide to a summer staple | Eat Me by Michelle Gienow

Geckos | Review by Andrea Appleton


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