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We Got Issues: New Times in Print

The cover of this week's print edition is suitable for framing. The Fall Arts Guide, masterfully curated by Erica K. Landau, will help you craft a schedule that will accommodate all the season's most smashing artistic happenings.

When it comes to painting political scenes, there's no artist more accomplished than Bob Norman. This week, the Broward School District is captured in a pose made iconic by the Nixon administration: venality, obfuscation and denial.

Any of which would make excellent album titles for Metallica, which is coming to the BankAtlantic Thursday night following the release of last year's Death Magnetic. Guitarist Kirk Hammett talks with New Times' Saby Reyes-Kulkarni.

In the food section, John Linn takes his guests to what he thought was a restaurant for organic fine dining, only to have it transform -- mid-meal to his consternation -- into a flashy nightclub. What's the deal with 251 Sunrise in Palm Beach?

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Thomas Francis