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Little Village magazine issue 251: Oct. 3-16, 2018

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Flip through the pages of Little Village magazine issue 251. In this edition, highlighting the upcoming Witching Hour festival on Oct. 12-13, LV sits down with Puddles Pity Party to talk about his love of Kevin Costner, local connections and his experience on America’s Got Talent. Also inside: Kirkwood professor Serena Tarr discusses her months following Richard Spencer and the alt-right, Townie Hawk Returns, and a look at how a local cook is paying tribute to Anthony Bourdain at Iowa City’s St. Burch Tavern.


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