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  • Jun 14-20, 2012
  • Vol. 29, No. 5

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  • Keep Talking About Sex

    As the timeless hip-hop trio Salt-N-Pepa once mused in their 1991 single “Let’s Talk About Sex,” we should all, in fact, talk about sex because “it keeps coming up anyhow.”
  • Correction: Urban Arts Festival

    Correction: A Weekend Essential for the Urban Arts Festival in the June 7 City Weekly should have shown an admission price of $5.

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