Deadwood Edition Issue #147

March 19, 2007

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Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters (PSP)

R&C has always provided the gamer with a full, challenging, and fun experience. As far as I know, they've got the 'Lombax mechanic with wrench and robot pal' niche sewn up.

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Behind the masque

Arthur Dodge strips off his rock visage and reveals "A Perfect Face"

For new latest release, "A Perfect Face," Dodge gives The Horsefeathers some time off and corrals an all-star line-up of local guest musicians to portray his latest musings on love, desire and the facts of life.

Sandler, Cheadle not-so-odd couple in 'Reign Over Me'

So often in movies, characters never really do the things that real people do in everyday life. We rarely see them at work, listening to music, or playing videogames. When a tragedy occurs in a movie, grief can be overcome quickly with a brief montage. In real life, the healing process is long and involved.

15 Seconds

KU AIDS awareness week is packed with education, entertainment:and reality TV stars

Grad student Cody Charles hopped from major to major, college to college, before settling-almost reluctantly-on studying education at KU.

The Wanderer

Lawrence artist/musician/skater Yuri Zupancic follows his questions-and finds more questions

On a morning in East Lawrence, in the house with the motley spray-painted van in the driveway, Yuri Zupancic slugs back coffee at his dining room table. A dead lizard in a mousetrap found at William S. Burroughs' house rests strangely in a glass case on the old piano nearby.

Beer Run

Annual Brew to Brew benefit race much more than a mere marathon

For some people, 26.2 miles just isn't far enough. Fortunately for them, people like Lou Joline are around to create "ultra-marathons."

Style scout: Megan Embers

Style scout: Adam Warnecke

Actual news*

*:based on actual news

mike yoder critique

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