Local Man Claims Victory Over Despotic Utility Company After Staunchly-worded Letter Goes Viral; Named Community Hero and Unanimously Declared Mayor

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ATTN:

To whom it may concern:

I have been a compliant customer long enough. During the fall, I signed up for On Demand with unlimited channels for the first three months. Within this three month period, I have encountered inadequate service, to say the least—not to mention an ungodly amount of ignorance and stupidity.  Continue reading

Psychedelic Milwaukee Band, Social Caterpillar, Releases Seven-Track EP “Welcome To The Petting Zoo”

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Image courtesy of Social Caterpillar

A few months ago I traveled to Detroit, MI, to see a house show put on by local musician Kevin Brown. Continue reading

“Wings” by Daniel Sokoloff

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Daniel Sokoloff is a poet from Philadelphia. He has been previously published with The Basil O’Flahertry and Anti-Heroin Chic, and is currently working on his first chap book, “Dream of the Ash”. When not writing poetry or walking his lizard, he enjoys stargazing or speeding down I-95.

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“When I Was Twenty-One” by Clarissa Jakobsons

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Artist-instructor, Clarissa Jakobsons is a twice-featured poet at the Shakespeare and Co. bookstore, in Paris, France, and past winner of the Akron Art Museum New Words Competition. Continue reading