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Ypsi/Arbor Exit Interview: Kelly Weger and Bethany Schultz

While they’re not yet completely divested of Ypsilanti, Kelley Weger and Bethany Schultz are well on their way to being former residents of this town we’re all so fond of. What follows is their official exit interview. MARK: What were the circumstances around your first coming to Ypsilanti? KELLY: I came to town for the […]

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Bringing Kurt Vonnegut to the high school students of Republic, Missouri

As you might have heard, the Republic, Missouri school board voted unanimously a few weeks ago to ban Kurt Vonnegut’s brilliant anti-war novel Slaughterhouse-Five. The vote, according to the Christian Science Monitor, was set in motion when a complaint was filed by Republic resident Wesley Scroggins. Scroggins, whose children are home-schooled, apparently felt strongly enough […]

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I’m kind of in hiding this weekend…

[Tonight’s open thread is brought to you by the hideous monster known as Laura Ingraham, the brilliant, often detestable, usually drunk, and now apparently dying Christopher Hitchens, and the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library.]

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