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  • Jun 4-10, 2009
  • Vol. 17, No. 23
  • That's a wrap
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News

  • Got hope?
  • Got hope?

    City Council's newest member sees stars after his first budget beatdown, and the prospect of deeper cuts
  • Long Story Short

    Working on this week's cover story, I dropped into a world where everyone talks about death.
  • Noted: Help wanted to feed kids

    Also: Women's prison closes, no case against mayor, national parks for free, graduation rates, army loses on bill, Manitou memorial and more.

Columns

  • Advice Goddess

    If there's one thing your kid should never be in a position to say to you, it's "So, Mommy, did you get your freak on last night?"
  • Letters

    Don't blame pro-lifers, share the air, detox progress, Bentley Rayburn and more.
  • IQ: Going, going, green
  • IQ: Going, going, green

    As the green movement reveals its reach, proponents prove that no aspect of life is without an outlet for applied sustainability.
  • Your Turn: Let's be like Denver
  • Your Turn: Let's be like Denver

    A common motto among the anti-growth crowd is, "We want cows, not condos!" I understand the sentiment, but people don't understand the motto doesn't work.

Food & Drink

  • Side Dish

    Beer yoga, door to door organic food delivery and business closings.

Music

  • Big Gigs
  • Big Gigs

    Upcoming concerts here and around the region.
  • Playing Around

    Who's playing where, and when, at area venues for the next week.
  • Reverb
  • Reverb

    Miss me? I missed you all, but no one more than my friend you may remember who took offense at my use of the colloquialism "emcee."

Film

  • Cinefiles
  • Cinefiles

    Ladies or Gentlemen, New in Town, Eddie Murphy Delirious: 25th Anniversary Edition, and more.
  • Movie Picks

    Our reviewers' recommendations for films playing around the area.
  • Movie Times

    What films are playing where, and when, on the area's silver screens.

Visual Arts

  • Turning up the volume
  • Turning up the volume

    An amateur sociologist unveils a 'Tennessee Top Hat,' then documents how it changes his place in the world

Calendar

  • Get Involved

    World Environment Day, Salvation Army 5K Run/Walk for Hope, Breast Cancer 3-Day

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