• Issue of
  • Nov 1-7, 2012
  • Vol. 20, No. 3

News

  • Standing By
  • Local News
  • Standing By

    Charles Potter spent a night in jail for watching officers arrest someone else. Now, he wants the city to pay
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  • Slinging Mud
  • Local News
  • Slinging Mud

    The battle over Referendum 74 gets heated; plus, demand for heating assistance crashes SNAP computers
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Comment

  • Praying for Rain
  • Opinion
  • Praying for Rain

    How can a self-respecting political party actively work to reduce the number of Americans voting?
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  • Trail Mix — November 1, 2012
  • Opinion
  • Trail Mix — November 1, 2012

    Roll the Videotape The 1,000-mile-wide Superstorm Sandy was about the only thing that was going to push the presidential election off the front pages, but Sandy had another impact, too. It remin
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Culture

  • Arts & Culture
  • Sinners and Saints

    Faith and ethics are viewed through the skewed lens of farce in Interplayers’ production of Incorruptible

Food

  • UPDATE — Bistro on Spruce
  • Food & Drink
  • UPDATE — Bistro on Spruce

    Weekend brunch is a treat — endless coffee, newspaper, no children, someone else doing dishes — but it’s a little like going to the movies; it needs to be amazing (the big-screen blockbuster in
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Music

  • The Boys From Boston
  • Sound Advice
  • The Boys From Boston

    Juggling concept albums and movie soundtracks, and playing baseball parks and concert halls, the Dropkick Murphys remain a crowd favorite
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Film

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