Print Edition for the week of
Apr. 23 - 29, 2014

Vol. 23, No. 34
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Savage Love

Cams and Panties

New Column!

I, Anonymous

Widow on the Warpath

Film

Her Limbs Never Finished

A Revelatory Documentary About Mythic Ballerina Tanaquil Le Clercq

Western Blackness

Langston Hughes African American Film Festival Opens with They Die by Dawn

Pure Fantasy

Jodorowsky's Dune Documents the Trippiest Sci-Fi Adventure That Never Was

Festive

The Young Auteurs of NFFTY

Music

Sound Check

Lou Reed Answers Questions Intended for Macaulay Culkin's Pizza Underground

Johnny Clegg and the Story of My Great Shame

Apartheid-Era South African Rock Star Comes to Town

Data Breaker

The Homosexual Agenda

Poster of the Week

Poster by C.M. Ruiz

My Philosophy

The Valley and the Wolves

What's Crappening?

News, Reviews, and TP

Underage

Theater

Lives on the Edge

Financial Refugees of the Great Recession in Laura Marks's Bethany

Free Will Astrology

For the Week of April 23

Visual Art

A Museum Educator and the Gouges She Loves

The Parting Words of SAM's Sandra Jackson-Dumont

What the Early Selfies of Joan Jonas and Gina Pane Looked Like

Two 1970s Warriors at the Henry

Books

Special Delivery

A Correspondence with Nick Bantock, the Creator of Griffin and Sabine

Can I Get a Witness

Tom Spanbauer's I Loved You More Delivers History Straight to Your Heart

Food & Drink

Another Ampersand

What the Hell Is a Brimmer & Heeltap?

Shift Drink

Polaroid Moments with Tavern Law's GM

Features

Double-Crossed by the Department of Justice

Five Years Ago, the DOJ Screwed Over a Pot Dealer in a Case That's Now Undermining America's Ability to Extradite Other International Fugitives

News

The Fight Over a Late-Night Hangout Called Waid's

The City Says the Last Black-Owned Nightspot in the Central District Is a Public-Safety Threat. Is Racism a Factor?

Next Stop for the $15 Minimum Wage Battle: the City Council

What to Expect When You're Expecting Big Legislative Drama

News Shorts

Last Days

The Week in Review

I Love Television

Could Be Terrible!

Drunk of the Week

Boozy Bunnies

Suggests

Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction

Cassandra Wilson

Sound Off! Showcase Benefit

A Savage Chat with Tony Kushner

Lowrider Band

Royal Shakespeare Company Live: ‘Richard II’

Colson Whitehead

‘Negar Farajiani: Vivacity’