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  • Apr 21-27, 2011
  • Vol. 18, No. 27

News & Comment

  • Squashed?
  • Squashed?

    The governor says she won’t sign the dispensary bill. Will lawmakers’ work go up in smoke?
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  • Making Frenemies
  • Making Frenemies

    Viewing your political opponent as a three-dimensional human makes a difference. It’s what comity depends upon.

Culture & Food

Music & Film

  • 'Waisting Light,' Foo Fighters
  • 'Waisting Light,' Foo Fighters

    Twenty years ago, the Foo Fighters’ leader Dave Grohl was part of some band called Nirvana that released a little album called Nevermind. While Grohl has been consistently prolific in the two de
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  • 'Human Hearts,' Maritime
  • 'Human Hearts,' Maritime

    It’s fitting that a song titled “It’s Casual” opens up Human Hearts, the newest album by indie pop purveyors Maritime. The phrase is an accurate summation of the Milwaukee quar
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  • Band Together
  • Band Together

    The Village Experience is giving kids the gift of music “with no strings attached … except for the ones on the guitars”
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