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James Lee Pierce visits Colorado with molesting on his mind and an ankle monitor on his leg

7 years ago by Michael Roberts
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6 years ago by Westword Staff
Last year, we told you about Georgia's James Lee Pierce, a convicted child molester who allegedly spent months grooming an underage teen for sex before he could round up the money for a trip to Colorado in order to get his swerve on, only to discover that the object of his...
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2015's Five Most Popular Schmucks of the Week

6 years ago by Westword Staff
Regularly throughout the year, we highlight a special someone as the Schmuck of the Week. But not all Schmucks are created equal. Our posts about the following folks collected the most views from our Schmuck of the Week archive in 2015. Look below for the complete original items about each member...
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Anathallo, Floating World (Nettwerk). Floating World, the latest by Michigan septet Anathallo, may be the rarest of all musical rarities -- a truly unique album. Steeped in disenchanted Japanese fables, World inhabits the seemingly non-existent soundscape between worldbeat, chamber pop and choral rock. The result is orchestrated musical mayhem that...
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Size Matters

24 years ago by Brad Jones
It's a story as old and tired as Liam Gallagher's liver. A group releases an album on an independent label. Shortly thereafter, said combo is dubbed an "indie" band and in turn receives undying praise from the rock-and-roll press and indie-rock devotees who admire its staunch "DIY sensibilities." But unfortunately,...

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