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October 15, 2014 by Lindsey in Cover Story

Fall books guide

The air is crisp. The leaves are falling. It’s finally fall. When the weather starts turning colder, nothing sounds better than curling up in a blanket with a hot beverage and reading for hours. It doesn’t matter how you consume the stories, whether you like your books the old-fashioned way

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October 15, 2014 by Lindsey in Film Review

An incomplete investigation

“Kill the Messenger” 2 stars Rated R 112 minutes Biography Starring: Jeremy Renner, Robert Patrick, Jena Sims Investigative journalism isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. It never was. “Big scandal” stories like the one broken by real-life San Jose Mercury News reporter Gary Stephen Webb, about the CIA’s funding

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October 15, 2014 by Lindsey in Book Review

‘Broken Monsters’

Courtesy of Beaverdale Books Review by Julie Goodrich Mulholland Books 9-16-14 448pp $26.00 I like my horror subtle and my thrillers, well, thrilling. A bit of magical realism is the frosting to my cupcake. In other words, Lauren Beukes newest masterpiece, “Broken Monsters,” was basically written for me. The balance and

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October 15, 2014 by Lindsey in Rap Sheet

Two of a kind Bree Walker, a famous CBS2 news anchor in the 1980s, was arrested for driving under the influence at 12:30 a.m. on a Wednesday in February. The 61-year-old was pulled over for running a red light, but police smelled alcohol and gave a sobriety test. In other

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October 15, 2014 by Lindsey in Political Mercury

Appel, Young split on how America should fight

Staci Appel says the United States should “always” fight foreign conflicts and terror with friends standing by the nation’s side. David Young says the country may be forced to throw some overseas punches alone, that the nation has to lead. The two candidates seeking to represent a 16-county sweep of

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October 15, 2014 by Lindsey in Tech Talk

King of the creatives

Everyone likes to feel like he or she is creative. Whether you’re a photographer, an accountant or a plumber, artistry can found in practically any vocation. Still, the common definition of creativity looks to visual and auditory mediums such as paintings and jazz for the truly talented, and if one

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October 15, 2014 by Lindsey in On the Move

New Kum & Go store to replace current Windsor Heights location

Kum & Go is planning an expansion at the intersection of 73rd St. and University Avenue in Windsor Heights, expected to open by March of 2015. The new store will replace one that sat on the corner of the lot. Kum & Go purchased the adjacent property, which used to

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October 15, 2014 by Lindsey in Duffy

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October 15, 2014 by Lindsey in Joe's Neighborhood

One day in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower

Being underground is always a little unnerving. And certainly when you are more than 6 feet under. The old Paris subway system smells of dark, dripping dankness even in the morning. Wet underfoot. People jostle and collide as they hurry to work or home or school to board the next

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October 15, 2014 by Lindsey in What the?

Next week’s photo: Submit your best caption to celeste@dmcityview.com. This week’s winner: “Having been told for years that she had chicken legs, June was ecstatic to finally find these shoes to complete her look!” –Denise Kotalik Runners-up: “Just cluck your heels together three times….” –Heidi Soliday “I always wondered why

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