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Paul Guest’s life on wheels
When he was a fireworks-loving 12-year-old, Paul Guest rolled down a steep driveway on a bike with a broken brake cable. He steered onto the grass in an attempt to slow his momentum, the bike fell into a weed-concealed ditch, and Guest took flight. He landed with a third- and fourth-vertebrae-crushing, quadriplegia-inducing thud.
By: ALEX BLUM  |  May 18, 2010


Nasty fun

Sam Lipsyte asks and tells
In his books Venus Drive , The Subject Steve , and Home Land , novelist and short-story writer Sam Lipsyte revels in rage.
By: ALEX BLUM  |  March 11, 2010


Review: Ingrid Michaelson at Somerville Theatre

At the Tufts' Jumbo Jam on March 2, 2010
"Am I talking too much? Too loose?" Ingrid Michaelson blithely asked near the middle of her set at the Somerville Theatre.
By: ALEX BLUM  |  March 05, 2010
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