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Story archive > 2007 > March > 1

  • Jessica Blair

  • This Week's Picks

  • Another top mark for the Downtown scene

  • In Poor People, William T. Vollmann ventures among the wretched refuse of many teeming shores

  • The haves and not-haves of clubbing

  • Black Snake Moan is nasty, weird and heartwarming

  • Rocker gets dose of reality on way to record deal

  • Empowered by the Democratic majority, the always quick-with-a-quip congresswoman has even more to say

  • How different is Double Down East from its LV progenitor?

  • On Paradise City, life in Vegas seems almost real

  • Mash Notes, Hate Mail, Urgent Communiqués, Secret Messages, Thesis Pieces

  • Two new shows find the conservative network straining for hipness

  • Zodiac finds glory in investigative details

  • Iraq in Fragments

  • Shaking groove thangs at the West Las Vegas talent show

  • Local studio offers haven for hip-hop, R&B talent

  • The Higher, Air, !!!, Southern Culture on the Skids

  • The Weekly is there as another loca lband tries to make it big

  • Getting sick is a kick in A New Brain

  • Three questions with Bob Schneider, The Weekly Playlist, Best Quote Ever, Coming to Town

  • Thoughts on the beauty and terror of atomic images

  • Loads of cash would bring them back!

  • Spying is an intimate act in The Lives of Others

  • Pin Kaow's Thai food is terrific—if they make it Thai-style

  • The trouble with rum is ...

  • It's show time!

  • All the ARTS + ENTERTAINMENT You Can Eat

  • Peggy Plots Your Planets

  • The Secret Life of Words

  • Wild Hogs

  • Liz Armstrong digs for what lurks beneath the underground