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  • Feb 11-17, 2009
  • Vol. 17, No. 33

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  • The Master Plan

    As Boise State expands, Southeast finds an urban border
  • Liquor Lament

    Bar owners threaten suit on permit freeze
  • citydesk

    Human Rights Commission - Special Olympics - TCC

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  • Film Reviews
  • Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist

    Their playlist may go on for eternity, but the runtime of Nick and Norah's movie quits after about 90 minutes. Heck, thirty of those minutes—the final 30 if you're curious—are even enjoyable.
  • Film Reviews
  • Bottle Shock

    It's amazing what veteran actors and a very sweet true story can do to carry a film that otherwise would've foundered due to the unlikeability of several characters and the relative unknowns playing them.

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