Aug 23 - 29, 2007 

Culture Shock

By Marisa Demarco

Flying Femmes

Hanging from an aerial hoop performing slow feats of strength and flexibility wasn't enough for Contraband Velour. Doing it in three-inch heels (though most hoop artists won't wear shoes) wasn't enough either. Velour, aka Connie Wind, will perform blindfolded Friday, Aug. 24, during the Femme-O-Lition Derby at the KiMo Theatre.

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Lear lost control of his own life and kingdom not because the gods saw fit to torture him, but because he made a whole bunch of really dumb choices.
Ossy Werner

Performance Review

Yo, Fool

King Lear at the Adobe Theater

By Steven Robert Allen

After having his eyeballs gouged out by the Earl of Cornwall, the Earl of Gloucester utters one of the most memorable lines in King Lear: “As flies to wanton boys are we to the gods; They kill us for their sport.” Given the compounded misery stuffed into this gruesome play, you might think that's the lesson here. You'd be wrong.

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Book Review

Yap Yap Yap

Review by Thomas Gilchrist

Talk Talk

Talk Talk

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Noam Chomsky

Book Review

Blowback

Review by John Freeman

Interventions

Interventions

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