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Volume 43 Number 22-

February 25 – March 3, 2009

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Volume 43 Number 22 Flip-through Edition

February 25, 2009
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Lunch-drunk love

Lydia Lunch's Kiss Napoleon Goodbye now available on DVD

Loving the enemy

A Girl's War and Waitin' 2 End Hell cast relationships in, and as, war zones

Maus trapped

Maus Haus, plus Mushroom, Two Sheds and an Horse, One Hundred Suns, and Raphael Saadiq

Two’s the charm

Thank You rides far-out waves of ambiguity

Ridin’ the synergy

Swapping files online, with overseas multimedia support, Keelay & Zaire cover the East and West

Speed Reading

The Face in the Lens and Blank Spots on the Map

Rights way

Images in this year's Human Rights Watch International Film Festival speak multitudes

Beautiful nightmare

A filmmaker and her subject chronicle an epic immigrant experience

It’s a rainy day – today

Many core health service programs are wrestling with the reality of closing their doors entirely when the next round of cuts arrives in June.

Losing the tax argument

Let's think outside of the far-right intellectual swampland

Editor’s Notes

Congratulations Gavin and Jennifer

“Michael Light: New Work”

Gorgeous, absurd, disgusting, and lovely shots of landscapes under human siege

‘The end of the goddamn family dog’

Foreclosure and eviction crisis leaves lots of pets homeless

Letters

City Fields Foundation, the real crime problem, and myths about biofuels

“Gomorrah”

A world where everyone is in cahoots with the bad guys - whether they choose to be or not

No service area

Health and human services budget cuts will show on the streets

Home improvement

Green City: Create an eco-happy home (whether or not you own)

Sabertooth Zombie

Heavy hardcore punk at its ear-splitting finest

Street fight

Bicyclists launch aggressive campaign to complete bike network

Jerome Bel’s “Pichet Klunchun and Myself”

Far outside the parameters of what dance audiences might expect, Bel is anything but anti-dance