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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
  • A Bittersweet Journey
  • A Bittersweet Journey

    After an eight-year break, fans and critics wondered, had Gillian Welch lost her muse?
      could channel the arcane mysteries of the American folk tradition while simultaneously capturing the struggles and triumphs of modern life in her timeless ballads. She was an artist — along with her close musical collaborator and duo partner David Rawlings — who had staked out her own singular territory, and was here to stay.
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  • Fever Dreams
  • Fever Dreams

    Beasts of the Southern Wild brings us a surrealist story and an Oscar-worthy performance from a 6-year-old
      There’s a storm coming to the Bathtub, and while it’s never mentioned by name, the dreadful reality of Hurricane Katrina permeates this film like the toxic-rainbow chemical slicks that coated so much of the Gulf Coast in that disaster’s wake.
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  • 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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  • Mortgage Millions
  • Mortgage Millions

    How Washington and Idaho are using millions meant to ease the foreclosure mess
      After a divorce and medical problems in 2008, Young, 42, got a three-month forbearance from her bank. She thought that meant she had those months paymentfree to catch up on her other bills, and that those months’ payments would be moved to the end of her mortgage.
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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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  • For Your Consideration
  • For Your Consideration

    The Charles Dickens of graphic novels. Plus, new work from Joan Didion and a vegetarian baking book
      keeps the storyâeuro;™s location ambiguous, he makes clear comments on the similarities between Islam and Christianity. After reading the 672-page graphic novel, one reviewer called Thompson the âeuro;œCharles Dickens of the genre.âeuro;�.
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  • 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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  • The Butterfly Effect
  • The Butterfly Effect

    Reflecting on life, death and Lepidoptera as summer fades.
      By August, they were swirling around the local Ponderosas like light, highly localized flurries of snow. There didn’t seem to be a pattern; they traced trails as seemingly random as that of a drunk around a lamppost. A mating dance? I wondered. If it was, I had yet to see consummations (though these might not have been public events).
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  • What Things Remain
  • What Things Remain

    A local artist on little black dresses and how so much of creation is about erosion.
      McWilliams’ art works with notions of creation and destruction, both mental and environmental, so it’s fitting that her artist’s studio — a disintegrating, two-story brick storefront across from Piggy Mart on Third Avenue — is, in her words, “condemnable.
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  • Schmooze Sisters
  • Schmooze Sisters

    It’s one meshuggeneh after another in this Sisters play. They’re crazy!
      But with whom did audience members have to identify, after all? The hotsy-totsy banker? All these other limousine liberals, jetting all over the world? No, my friends. But the wife and mother from suburban Boston — the middle sister, this one they call Gorgeous Teitelbaum — her.
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  • Digging Out
  • Digging Out

    Why watch a depressing movie about a dead kid? Because sometimes even sadness contains laughter and hope.
      In the film’s seemingly peaceful opening, Becca (Nicole Kidman) is attentively working her spacious garden, “trying to get things back in order,” she says to a neighbor. When her husband, Howie (Aaron Eckhart), comes home from work, she’s smiling, putting together a nice dinner for them.
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  • Snow, Racists, and a Found Volkswagen
  • Snow, Racists, and a Found Volkswagen

    While some undeniably important things happened in the Inland Northwest this year, the following crap is what we’ll be remembered for
      As a broad spectrum of generally annoyed conservative people were loosely gathering themselves into a “movement” that more closely resembled gripe sessions in retirement communities, one woman from North Idaho briefly became the face of the Tea Party after the New York Times.
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  • The Year in Screen
  • The Year in Screen

    Spokane booed Cuba, boosted Terriers and watched its actors go to the bigtime
      The Year Spokane proTeSTed Cuba … Gooding Jr. Between 2006 and 2009, the Oscarwinning actor came to Spokane to shoot three separate films. Most of these films failed to make a dent in the box office (or even find a theatrical release), but Cuba sure made an impression on Spokane.
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  • The “Other” Top 10 Films
  • The “Other” Top 10 Films

    The 10 films you didn’t see this year that you really should have
      AnimAl Kingdom A gritty Australian drama about a teenage boy who moves in with a bunch of hardcore criminal relatives. Will he go down the same road? Look for the dazzling and frightening performance by Jacki Weaver as the unpredictable family matriarch.
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  • Kult Of Personality
  • Kult Of Personality

    Which Norwegian black metal band is the most legit? That depends on what you’re looking for
      has it that when Norwegian black metal band Mayhem found its singer dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, they took the strewn about pieces of his skull and made them into necklaces. They took pictures of the corpse and the grisly scene surrounding it (one of those photos later ended up on a rare live bootleg).
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  • Graveyard Girls
  • Graveyard Girls

    Ever since Harry, Abe and Murray passed, their wives have been sniffling, dithering and prowling
      Getting together with the girls can be fun, but clubs that meet in somber settings are doomed to fracture — and sure enough, Doris, Ida and Lucille differ in their grieving styles, their attitudes toward tradition, their willingness to re-enter the social scene.
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