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 Nov 29 - Dec 5, 2007 
Capt. Alex E. Limkin relives a mortar attack to tell us about Iraq, V8 juice and the nature of "coconuts."
NEWS/OPINION
A search engine for bleeding hearts, why the North Golf Course still isn't safe and a look at why teens don't trust the media.
MUSIC
The Action Design rises from the ashes of punk outfit Tsunami Bomb while there's not a whole lot Concrete Blonde's Johnette Napolitano can't do.
FOOD
Rasoi is the new place to go in the University area for tasty, inexpensive Indian fair in a vibrant, colorful atmosphere. Plus, the hottest pepper on the planet gets twice as fiery.
FILM & TV
The Pornotopia film festival offers an alternative to fake nails and fake orgasms with independent, emotionally inspired erotic cinema.
ARTS/LIT
A bunch of good parts don't add up to a satisfying whole in Belladonna at Theatre X. Plus, Courtney Love misses a chance to bare all in her new book, Dirty Blonde.

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Randy Stift

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Bad Jacks Make Good

Three Bad Jacks • S.O.L. • The Gunmen

Three Bad Jacks play at Low Spirits.

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The Daily Word: Zombies on a plane, living life on a train and the FBI getting sued

The Daily Word

Man found doing household chores in woman’s house.

Missing cat causes taunting phone calls to owner.

The Associated Press sues FBI for fake news story.

Virginia teen faces 11 years in prison for controlling Twitter account in supports of ISIS and helps friend travel to join group.

Why pay rent when you can live in a train and travel?

50 bodies found in an abandoned truck in eastern Austria.

Driving instructor leaves 70 teenagers high and dry by taking their money and leaving them without receiving their drivers license.

Sea-level rising could be potentially disaster.

AMC puts Zombies in the sky.

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Are You Afraid of the Dark?

Solving a Haunting

A lecture by members of the Southwestern Ghost Hunter's Association.
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