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The peoples lawyer?
Texas AG Greg Abbott has been a friend to corporations, but now he says he works for you

La vida peligrosa
Tommy Lee Jones new film tells a true-enough tale of the treacherous borderlands
Why is SAs version of the famous hook-up site so lame?

Fast times at Bonneville
Anthony Hopkins finds the spirit in a man driven by speed

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It takes a village
A Hill Country woman helps 25 Sri Lankan families rebuild their homes and their lives

(Almost) no strings attached
Thanks to the web, freeloading is easier than ever

Glorified road
Former Miner Nevil Shed says Bruckheimers film is more truth than fiction

Super emcees
Grayskul redefines itself as a group of crime-fighting, hip-hop crusaders

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Barely legal
At 20, the Current grows up, but not old Halfway into the first decade of the 21st century, the Current is leaning toward magazine-style journalism, combining short stories with longer, in-depth pieces. Lisa Sorg looks at how we got here.

Riding the Current
Two decades of running against the mainstream raking muck and raising hell

Who needs SoHo? Weve got SoSo
Anchored by artists and small businesses, Southtown is expanding

Whole latte love
Caffeine? Check. Tunes? Check. Starbucks will get you loaded

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Court jester
The latchkey kid from West Columbia continues to mash up his sonic world DJ Jester the Filipino Fist, is a pop-culture provocateur who loves to confound expectations

Loving the city life
Urban professionals embrace the pace of downtown living

Barrio alliance
Bombasta and Sexto Sol create an old-school/new-school Latino fusion

On the front lines of piracy
Its just like the, um, Marines, says one film-security expert

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