Print Edition for the week of
Mar. 12 - 18, 2009

Vol. 18, No. 26
Cover art by Mike Wilkes. Check out more of Mike’s work at mikewilkes.net.

Film

Concessions

Cinematic Titanic: MST3K Is Back from the Dead

Replican't

Crossing Over Is a Modern-Day Blade Runner, Except Not Good

Beauty in Trouble

Beauty in Trouble: Beautifully Empty

On Screen

Everlasting Moments: Depressing, Swedish

On Screen

Shuttle: Short Bus of Terror

On Screen

The Last House on the Left: Boobies and Booby Traps

DVD Review

This Is the Life

Music

New Column!

You Might Also Know Us By Our Fondness of Multigrain Bread

Poster of the Week

It's a Hit

The Hold Steady, Antony, School of Seven Bells, and Wavves

Data Breaker

Minimal-Techno DJ Nikola Baytala's Heady Hedonism

Fated to Pretend

How Zac Pennington Made Himself a Parenthetical Girl

Party Crasher

(Early) Saturday Morning Cartoons

Stilling You Softly

Sokai Stilhed's Haunted, Uprooted Folk Fantasias

Up & Coming

This Week's Noteworthy Shows and Parties

Fucking in the Streets

Ice Cream and Indie Rock

Album Review

Handsome Furs: Face Control

Album Review

Cursive: Mama, I'm Swollen

Underage

Sound Off! Winners Dyno Jamz

My Philosophy

Blue Scholars and Common Market's Rescheduled Program

Album Review

Bell Orchestre: As Seen Through Windows

The Score

Happy Soccer Mom Ebonics!

Theater

Theater News

The Seafarer, The History Boys, and the Solo Performance Festival

Food & Drink

Bar Exam

Biting the Hand That Feeds

What's Odd About Oddfellows

There's Room for Improvement at Capitol Hill's New Favorite Place

News

Sore Winner

Low-Income-Housing Activist John Fox Is Working Against the Interests of Low-Income People

Rhythm of the Night

Woman Reports Nightclub Noise—500 Times

War Zone

One Man's Fight to Clean Up Lake City

Visual Art

In Art News

Jeffry Mitchell and Mexican Protest Prints: Free(ing) and Truths We Forgot to Lie About at the Helm Gallery

Features

Mister Nelson Goes to Washington

Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Lobby for Musicians' Rights

Books

A Fan's Notes

I Love James Morrow (and You Should, Too)