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  • Sep 10-16, 2009
  • Vol. 26, No. 17

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  • Correction

    In the Aug. 27 article “Beyond the Border” by Brian Staker, the painter Darren Keith Breen’s name was misspelled. Nick Lawrence is the director of Freight and Volume Gallery. Zach Fr
  • Shape Up, TRAX Cops

    I have been riding TRAX just about five days a week now for about 18 months. I figure I have seen about 10 police officers actually on TRAX...
  • Praise From the Hive

    On behalf of myself and the staff, thank you so much for your lovely comments on the Beehive Tea Room ["Tea for Tuna," Sept. 27, City Weekly]!
  • Print the Money

    Now that the president, Congress, tea leaves and bankers have all agreed that the solution to our economic crises is more money, let the presses roll.
  • Lead T-Shirts?

    Recent legislation from Congress has mandated billions of dollars in excess costs for business to test clothing to ensure that it doesn't contain lead...
  • Tone Deaf

    Nick Christenson, according to his Sept. 3 letter "Not So Sweet Music," is indignant that he and other "real" music fans have to put up with "intoxicated buffoonery"...

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