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  • Sep 11-17, 2002
  • Vol. 20, No. 37

News & Features

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  • The Hardest Questions

    From sorrow and anger will come a renewal of citizens' power to lead the nation, even in uncertain times, says author Paul Rogat Loeb.

Arts & Events

  • Arts and Culture
  • Recently Read

    The Cat from Hue: A Vietnam War Story, On Whale Island: Notes from a Place I Never Meant to Leave, Shakey: Neil Young's Biography
  • Arts and Culture
  • movies: Literal Love

    Neil LaBute's "Possession" may unreel like a period-perfect, Merchant-Ivory clone for dummies, but it's also pretty satisfying.
  • Arts and Culture
  • Historic Tragedy

    Ironically, right around the one-year anniversary of Sept. 11, the Virginia Fire and Police Museum is closed maybe forever.

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Opinion & Blogs

  • the score

    A weekly ranking of the city zeitgeist

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