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Little Village magazine issue 250: Sept. 19 – Oct. 2, 2018

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Flip through the pages of Little Village magazine issue 250. In this edition, a very special issue indeed, check out LV’s interview with William Shatner, which we did purely for the fun of it and not at all because we were excited about an upcoming (now-cancelled) performance in Cedar Rapids. Also inside: Townie Hawk returns to kick off football season with need-to-know tailgate info — at least when it comes to booze. Lastly, be sure to check out LV’s interview with an Iowa-based J20 protester who spent 19 months in legal purgatory, as well as a sit-down with punk legend Richard Hell, slated to appear at the upcoming 2018 Witching Hour Festival.


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