This Week's Issue



Check out Justin Kendall's riveting cover story about former football stars who say the NFL has deserted them.

Unreal investigates a chick interested in pulling a million dollars from her bum, the paragons of God's power and Chris Duncan's sports hernia.

While exploring the unanswered questions surrounding English Cave in Benton Park, Aimee Levitt takes readers on an expedition through urban folklore.

There's a new documentary out about Kurt Cobain; read Annie Zaleski's interview with the local director.

In b-sides, Roy Kasten talks with Peter Curry, bassist of Los Straightjackets, and Sam Chennault isn't too kind to Common.

Ian Froeb has already clued us in on what he and Malcolm Gay have been up to this week.

Dennis Brown takes a look at two new plays in town, The History Boys and Suddenly Last Summer. Paul Friswold critiques another.

The Brave One, Jodie Foster's new thriller, should not be taken literally, according to Scott Foundas.

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