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Volunteers in the New Year

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It’s that time of year when people make many a vow to change their life, but instead of just thinking about slimming down or looking for a new job, there’s also the opportunity to be a better citizen. The New York City Coalition Against Hunger launched a new website to make it easier to find [&hellip
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Unite for Mike

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Barack may have Oprah stumping for him, but the folks who feel Mayor Michael Bloomberg would be the best candidate for president this coming year are not letting things be decided by the media moguls. To help organize their favorite billionaire’s undeclared potential, the "Draft Bloomberg" camp has launched UniteforMike.com. It’s the one-stop shop for [&hellip
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Hands-On Porno Handbook

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Haven’t been getting your quirky comic book fix lately? Well the folks at Rabid Rabbit (including our own illustrator, Paul Hoppe) will change that with the release of their latest edition: “Rabid Rabbit’s Unabridged Hands-on Handbook to Recognizing and Evaluating the Fallacious and Scrupulous Traits of PORNOGRAPHY—A Users Manual!” Join the artists who dare to [&hellip
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The Daily Cross Hatch Dispatch: Elijah J. Brubaker’s ‘Reich’

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"I fully expect many readers to disagree with my interpretations of [Wilhelm] Reich’s life," Elijah Brubaker announces in the inside-cover introduction to the first issue of Reich.  For the majority of his potential readers, Brubaker’s preemptive apology is likely to prove unnecessary. After all, as he correctly posits in the intro to the same text, [&hellip
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Thanksgiving’s Grinch

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Could we finally see an end to all those crying boys and girls, stricken with grief by not being able to see Elphaba during their bourgie NYC family holiday? Seems that  progress was made between the striking Broadway stagehands and theater producers yesterday. They are currently on a 12-hour break, to resume discussions in a [&hellip
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