Browsing Issue: Wednesday, March 18, 2009
News: Feature: Renaissance on the Rails
“Bo” Keely has advised millionaires, but he’d rather be hopping freights.
By PETER GORMAN
News: Letters: Pillory, Not a Parachute
News: Metropolis: Not Rowing Miss Daisy
Sculling’s popularity is growing in North Texas.
By ERIC GRIFFEY
News: Second Thought: Obama and the Gulag
The whole system that allowed torture must be repudiated,
not just Guantanamo.
By Gwynne Dyer
Music: Featured Music: Cleaned, Cleansed
Catfish Whiskey frontman Keegan McInroe makes a musical and spiritual transformation.
By JIMMY FOWLER
Music: Hearsay: South-by ’Til Midnight
Music: Last Call: Living the High(lands) Life
By Laurie Barker James
Film: Film Reviews: Double Dare
Corporate spies’ Duplicity runs rampant in this funny caper flick.
By KRISTIAN LIN
Film: Film Reviews: Popular Man Date
Paul Rudd and Jason Segel win us over by saying
I Love You, Man.
By KRISTIAN LIN
Eats: Cafe Reviewed: Big D
Great service and fantastic desserts can’t make up for a merely serviceable lunch at Habanero’s.
By LAURIE BARKER JAMES
Eats: Chow, Baby: Ye Olde Economie Shoppe
Calendar: Night and Day: Springing into Spring
Revivals of two Paul Mejia ballets and a new piece by guest choreographer Anatoly Emelianov highlight Metropolitan Classical Ballet’s spring repertory program.
By Leonard Eureka
Arts: Gallery: Material/Object
Arts: Kultur: In the Zone
Butterfly Connection crosses over into a dimension of virtuosity.
By JIMMY FOWLER

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