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  • What Are You, Chicken?
  • What Are You, Chicken?

    A small start-up farm wants people to get to know their poultry
      Forrest and Deb named their farm Heritage Naturals, meant to be evocative of a certain sustainable chic, but also descriptive at a basic level. They raise heritage breeds of animal without pesticides or chemical fertilizers or genetically modified feeds.
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  • The Meat Grinder
  • The Meat Grinder

    When the debt-collection machine comes for its pound of flesh
      Miller, a young, tireless consumer law attorney, is after information about the robo-signer’s work at Midland Credit Management, an arm of Encore Capital. Every year, Encore buys billions of dollars in credit-card debts and then sets out to collect — filing hundreds of thousands of lawsuits against the debtors.
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  • Roman Stories
  • Roman Stories

    Woody Allen can’t keep the Midnight in Paris momentum with To Rome With Love
  • The Song of the Summer
  • The Song of the Summer

    The anthem of this season is about a girl who kinda, sorta wants you to call her
      Not every summer has a song, but when a Song of the Summer arrives, you will know. There is no democratic process behind its selection; there is no pop music electoral college. It just happens. And this summer it happened to a cut called “Call Me Maybe” by someone named Carly Rae Jepsen.
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  • Golden Age
  • Golden Age

    The oldest team at Hoopfest plans to keep winning.
      Jahr and Hauff are half of Team “Past Primetime,” the oldest to hit the downtown streets this year. Jahr is a 65-yearold Army veteran who retired from Aluminum Company of America, and Hauff, 66, is a retired school superintendent.
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  • Fire and Brimstone
  • Fire and Brimstone

    When two brothers lost their faith, they found their voices
      The opposite can be said about his younger brother, Kent. His voice is nearly always straining, like it’s being extruded through vocal chords lined with gravel and cigarette butts. He screams and stomps occasionally, and when he sings, it comes in fits and starts.
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  • Sing Out
  • Sing Out

    Watching the joyous, dark Harold and Maude with the legendary Leonard Oakland
      Before that, it’s all legs and feet — shuffling downstairs and around an ornately decorated mansion, climbing a small footstool, jumping off. A rope snap is heard, and his feet sway, twitching slightly. His mother walks in: “I suppose you think that’s very funny.
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  • The Power and the Furry
  • The Power and the Furry

    Inside the mask with Swoop, Butch, Skitch and Walker D. Plank
      âeuro;œIt gets really awkward sometimes,âeuro;� says Butch, a 6-foot-tall junior bioengineering/pre-med major. âeuro;œPeople donâeuro;™t understand that thereâeuro;™s a person inside the costume. Sometimes Iâeuro;™ll be walking around, and guys will grab and grope me in awkward places.âeuro;�.
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  • Busking Bach
  • Busking Bach

    A local violinist takes his talents to the streets
      The masses of River Park Square soften when Michael Korpi, Jr., strikes the opening notes of “Apologize.” Some slow down. Others stop to watch. From his nimble fingers, through the instr
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  • Unwrapping People
  • Unwrapping People

    A new facility at Whitworth University lets pre-med students go beyond cat guts.
      They looked like covered steam tables in a restaurant buffet. But they smelled like formaldehyde. The vents on the lab tables sucked air with a gentle whirring noise, giving the room a negative air
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  • Accidental Festival
  • Accidental Festival

    The ivories will be ridden hard and put away wet over the next few weeks.
  • Bastion
  • Bastion

    For $15, a storybook game without much point
      So he climbs out of his bed and walks over to the door — or where the door should be. As he approaches, stone blocks rise up from the distant ground below. Fitting themselves together, they form a pathway that the kid begins to walk along. The raspy-voiced narrator describes this, as if I can’t see it for myself.
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  • Big Trouble
  • Big Trouble

    Why a prank pulled at Whitworth looks different at WSU

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