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Stop Smiling Takes on D.C.

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Stop Smiling, a bi-monthly arts and culture magazine out of Chicago, themed its most recent issue around the District. The DC issue includes in-depth interviews with some of the city’s brightest and influential writers and commentators, including: Ken Silverstein, Ana Marie Cox, Mike Gravel, Thomas Frank, and Christopher Buckley, and cover stories on George Pelecanos and Backyard Band's Anwan Glover.

Order Issue 37: The DC Issue here.

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