• Issue Archive for
  • Oct 26 - Nov 1, 2006
  • Vol. 25, No. 39



  • The Spin

    There were only about 200 people at the Belcourt last Friday for Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars—a sad turnout, especially for the tour’s first date. But in the great tradition of historic Nashville shows, there’ll be 2,000 claiming they were on hand.



Arts and Culture

  • Our Critics Picks

    Now that the Mississippi Delta has virtually dried up as a source for dismal, ragged-edged bluesmen, it’s hard to think of it as fitting inspiration for Jake La Botz. His 37 years have been colored by dead-end jobs, busking on Chicago’s Maxwell Street and drug addiction, not to mention shadowy roles in films, a Velvet Revolver audition at Slash’s request and loads of tattoos.

Old Archives

  • Suspect Behavior

    A man who had a few too many drinks passed out in front of a storefront on lower Broadway and, when police told him to wake up, responded by yelling “fuck you, I’m asleep.”

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