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Cops at the Crossroads
The Gang of 9 makes an ugly, arrogant return
by Jerry Diethelm


Dancing In a Candy Store
Architecture dean loves possibilities of both gown and town
By Suzi Steffen

June Jazz
Frisell, Mehldau lead parade of jazz greats
By Brett Campbell

The End of History
Old world meets new, and loses
By Suzi Steffen

Funding a Dream

Welcome to the Jungle

Opening Nights

The Memory of Water  Opens at the Very Little Theater Friday, May 30.

Mandatory Report
The white mental health system fails people of color
by Mark Harris

Speaking of Violence
New musical artillery helps The Roots expose ills of society

June Jazz

Frisell, Mehldau lead parade of jazz greats

I’m a straight male and I love my fiancée. She’s perfect. But while I am physically attracted to her, I find myself masturbating rather than having sex with her. She knows, but we don’t talk about it—we can’t—and recently she walked in on me, and it was very awkward. I put it away and she pretended she didn’t see.


THE ASTORIA Texas Hold ‘Em—7

AXE & FIDDLE Calango—8; Brazilian

THE CITY DJ Simy—10; 80s, techno, reggae

THE COOLER Karaoke—9:30

COZMIC PIZZA Janet Robin—7; Singer-songwriter

DAVIS' Gaia Tribe—11; House, electronica

Being Known
Animal Farm debuts The Unknown
By Sara Brickner


Climate Apocalypse
Euglena Academy educates on global warming
By eva sylwester

Visual Art:
Fields, Lines and Layers

New work by John Jay Cruson at White Lotus

It's a Sin

Fine acting can't save History Boys



INTO THE WILD Leaving the tourists, and common sense, behind

All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.


Espresso PRN West "Natural Science Illustration," by Barbara Gleason, through June 16. Sacred Heart Medical Center, 3rd floor, 1255 Hilyard St.