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Calendar, Night&Day Getting Busted for Dummies

Getting Busted for Dummies

As the cops led him away, hands held behind his back with plastic manacles, he looked back at his wife and grinned. She waved, gave him the thumbs-up, and continued snapping photos. She was crying, but then, she always cried…
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Music, Reviewed B. Fleischmann

B. Fleischmann

B. Fleischmann's third full-length, the two-disc Welcome Tourist, could easily have been called Never Mind the Dance Floor, Here's the Mattress. As with past efforts, the German producer traffics in a kind of sleepy electronica that seems perfect for dozing…
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Culture, Books

The Civil Disobedience Handbook: A Brief History and Practical Advice for the Politically Disenchanted

Edited by James Tracy Manic D Press (2002), $10 In pithy, no-nonsense language, Tracy covers the history of civil disobedience and direct action in America, from the raging capitalists who threw the Boston Tea Party to Henry David Thoreau's refusal…
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REAL ASTROLOGY For an Unreal World

Aries (March 21-April 19): German actor Udo Kier, a specialist in playing villains, is swaggeringly enamored of his own silly nihilism. "Evil has no limit," he asserts with hackneyed pomposity. "Good has a limit. It's not as interesting." Most filmmakers…
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