Deadwood Edition Issue #144

February 27, 2007

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Review: Wii Play (Wii)

In the few weeks that I've had my Wii, I've made it a mission in life to infect every person that crosses the threshold of my home with the game play of the system.

Style scout: Dayton Segard

Style scout: Amber Ashbrook

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The Honeymoon continues

Truckstop Honeymoon's new album, the first from their new home in Lawrence

Piercing screams leap from a tidy Victorian home in a quiet Lawrence neighborhood. Foul play? Tragedy? Little girls playing Barbie.


Lawrence puppet troupe "The Felt Show" inspires laughs (and mortal terror)

"The Felt Show" began life as a guy with a puppet making people feel vaguely uncomfortable in area bars. While this sort of behavior would normally result in a public indecency arrest, writer and director Paul Santos has parlayed it into a surreal theatre spectacle.

Flight Plan

Lawrence's Range Life Records powers through growing pains and preps "White Flight" for great success

Mrs. Whiskerson was a good kitty-a mild-mannered feline who enjoyed snacking and nuzzling. Then, late one night, in the presence of housemates under the influence of powerful psychoactive medicines, Mrs. Whiskerson went apeshit.

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*:based on actual news

'Reno 911!:Miami' : When lowbrow humor attacks!

Lt. Jim Dangle and his drooling deputies graduate from Comedy Central to the big screen, but leave all their good ideas at the TV network. The flimsy plot is nothing more than a set-up to get the idiots from small-time Reno patrolling the tough streets of Miami-a promising start to a desperate film that goes nowhere.

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Can't Stand Losing Him

Kirk Rundstrom loses his battle with cancer at 38

Kansas music icon Kirk Rundstrom will no longer be seen on the stage, playing for the fans he loved so much. After battling cancer for more than a year, Rundstrom died today at 4:45 a.m. in Wichita. He was 38.