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Little Village magazine issue 270: Sept. 4-17, 2019

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Would banning pet stores cut off the cash flow to puppy mills, or are animal welfare advocates barking up the wrong tree? The adopt-or-shop debate continues in Iowa City and Cedar Rapids. Plus: Urban Bush Women, a dance company celebrating the power and beauty of black women(+), will hold performances and a workshop at Hancher this month; Sebastián Lores shares a tense piece of creative fiction for En Español; and the latest UR Here column explores the importance of sound when designing a comfortable work or living space. Also inside: New West Liberty restaurant Laos Cafe gets a review, and Kiki offers advice to a wife worried about the volume of her and her husbands’ arguments.


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