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The role of health insurance and pharmaceutical companies in the rising rates of kids taking prescription drugs to treat ADHD.
By Kat Kerlin
This article was published on 07.13.06
Citizens have lost their ability to challenge mining permits due to changes in the law.
By Michael Seibert
A father’s rights group is trying to make use of the shooting of Judge Charles Weller.
By Dennis Myers
Ellen Hopkins has some big news about her latest book and the Juniper Creek Writers Conference.
By D. Brian Burghart
C’mon city council, can’t you at least fix the traffic in your backyard?
There once was a man from Nantucket and other works of short fiction.
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Swarming, gobbling, window-bloodying crickets are swarming south of here. Are they headed our way?
By Bruce Van Dyke
Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth suffers from a credibility gap.
By Michael Lafferty
By Deidre Pike
The art work in the ACLU-sponsored What “Art” Civil Liberties exhibit ranges from immaculately professional to inspirationally amateurish to just plain amateurish.
By Brad Bynum
RN&R’s guide to starting your own church.
By Kris Vagner
By Kelley Lang
Alison Bechdel’s graphic-novel memoir Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic
Reviewed by Stephanie Perry
Liza Kirwin’s More than Words is a compendium of letters written by famous artists.
Reviewed by Kris Vagner
Food feeds or depletes the soul in Brüka The Food Chain.
By Jessica Santina
Depp tries his best, but Bloom dooms this sequel to the popular pirate romp.
By Bob Grimm
Cassandra Wilson stakes out new territory with Thunderbird.
By Kirk Robertson
Willie Nelson’s You Don’t Know Me: The Songs of Cindy Walker
Fumamos is on a hazy journey toward musical randomness.
By Sarah Cook
Reasons to visit Park Lane Café: Burgers made from prime rib, Mediterranean food fare, and service that’s like sitting in someone’s home kitchen.
By Dave Kidder
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