Nov 11 - 17, 2010
Lt. Col. Steve Loomis, president of the regional chapter of American Veterans for Equal Rights, discusses Don't Ask, Don't Tell.
Army Strong: A gay soldier’s life of service
Veterans Day events
The Endorphin Power Company helps recovering addicts stay sober by replacing substances with exercise.
Pedal Power: Green-thinking recovery center gets its motor running—but still needs fuel
Plutocracy for New Mexico: The liberal shades of our new guv
Odds & Ends: Sleepdriving, log shot, old man crime spree
Letters: Bikers beware, boys gone wild, Pornotopia, love for Thai Vegan
Bad Religion has 30 years of hardcore punk and some graduate degrees under its studded belt.
There’s a Ph.D. in the Mosh Pit—Bad Religion appears at the Sunshine Theater
Aural Fixation: Faun Fables’ animated songtelling reveals the spirit of an adventurer
Coffin Break: Michael Henningsen on Behemoth’s
Flyer on the Wall: Attack of the Vampire Mermaid Tour
Song Roulette: Obscure tracks from Derek Caterwaul
One man aims to create meaningful relationships between food, retailers and customers in the inner city.
Mina's Dish: Restaurateur Steve Paternoster is a humanitarian with a lot on his plate
Food for Thought: How one man is reconnecting the inner city to fresh produce
Chowtown Restaurant Guide
FILM & TV
Alex Cox directed
Repo Man, Sid & Nancy
and other cult antiestablishment flicks. He hits Guild Cinema in person this week with a "remix" of 1987's punk rock spaghetti Western
Straight to Hell
starring anti-folk-heroes Joe Strummer and The Pogues.
Local indie filmmakers meeting, screenwriting workshop with award-winning writer-director, creepy local-lensed short “SEND” debuts
An interview with Alex Cox, the man behind
Repo Man, Sid & Nancy, Straight to Hell,
Idiot Box: AMC trades ‘60s ad execs for zombies in “The Walking Dead”
Week in Sloth: astronaut-raping caterpillars in Galaxy of Terror, America’s Cutest Cat, a history of PTSD, Palin’s Alaska and Tina Fey’s Mark Twain award
Film Times and Capsules
The Talking Fountain Gallery & Boutique allows artists to be who they are—and make a little more coin.
The Pink Panther: a painting by
El Hombre sin Nombre
Gallery Review: Zodiac paintings; also scary Mexican skeleton dude paintings.
Performance Preview: A strange guy comes to the theater. For you.
FREE WILL ASTROLOGY
Free Will Astrology Week of November 11, 2010
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