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  • The Plumber

    Steve Albini on Touch and Go, the Stooges, and how his analog work ethic is faring in the digital age
  • Just Three

    On his latest tour, the king of the hundred-man electric-guitar orchestra was traveling light.
  • The Soul Plumber

    Local DJ John Ciba introduces the world to Neal Hemphill, an Alabama recording hobbyist who gave a host of southern R & B musicians their first chance.
  • The Law of Unintended Consequences

    HotHouse head Marguerite Horberg thought it'd be great if the board hired a business director--but now that they're trying, it's touched off a feud that could leave her out of a job.
  • He Loved the 90s

    While James Van Osdol fills Mancow's slot at Q101, he's finishing an oral history of the local rock scene at the end of the last century.
  • The Lifer

    Tommy Keene should be famous, but he's not gonna quit just because he isn't.
  • The Empire Builder

    Rudy Acosta, the would-be castle dweller who runs the hip-hop label the Legion, has a new major-label deal and a raft of releases ready to go.