• Issue of
  • Feb 7-13, 2008
  • Vol. 18, No. 6


  • The Metamorphosis
  • The Metamorphosis

    For over a century, the Carnegie Museum's section of Invertebrate Zoology has saved examples of millions of insects. Now, they're trying to help save the world.
  • Crowded House
  • Crowded House

    Six candidates scrambling to take Lisa Bennington's seat in the state legislature


  • Rose Tea Cafe
  • Rose Tea Cafe

    Taiwanese cuisine has many influences, including Cantonese, which was once the byword for bland, Americanized Chinese food. But the real thing was never really assimilated here, and Rose Tea's versions are decidedly enjoyable.



  • Persepolis
  • Persepolis

    A beautifully realized, intelligent story that successfully marries the messy histories of contemporary Iran and a teen-age girl.



  • This Just In: Feb 6 - 13
  • This Just In: Feb 6 - 13

    Highlights from the local TV news: Auto theft the hard way -- one part at a time ... government employees discussing Star Wars on your dime!

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  • The Mineola Twins

    The Mineola Twins is funny and charming and droll, and you won't be disappointed at all -- unless you've seen Paula Vogel's other play, How I Learned to Drive.

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Spotlight Events

  • 'Thanks, Obama!': A Farewell Show ft. Lyndsey Smith & Soul Distribution, Byron Nash & Plan B, The Big Bend w/ Cisco Kid @ Mr. Smalls Theater

    • Sat., Jan. 21, 7 p.m.
  • The Confidential Musical Theater Project @ Neu Kirche Contemporary Art Center

    • Sat., Jan. 21, 7:30 p.m.
  • Mathew Tembo @ First Unitarian Church

    • Sat., Jan. 21, 7:30-9:30 p.m. Donation

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