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Radar: What we're talking about this week

Peter Marek

Stephens College students rehearse for their upcoming play "The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs."

February 14, 2013 | 12:00 a.m. CST

1. Facts for True/False

If you still haven’t found your must-see documentary, or if you want to catch up on the True/False films all your friends are talking about, our blog post will help your inner doc snob shine. We can’t put out your nonfiction fire, but we will get you through the two weeks between now and the first screening.
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2. Sitting out New York Fashion Week

Sure, seeing Betsey Johnson’s cartwheel and Project Runway in person is tough to beat. But try walking home through a blizzard in a dress that costs three times your rent. It turns out there are plenty of perks to staying in mid-Missouri for fashion week.
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3. Ten songs for singles to avoid on Feb. 14

All it takes is one song, and you’re re-adding someone on Facebook. Thankfully, we have a list of the top-10 songs to dodge if you’d rather not think about the one who got away — or even the one who just won’t go away.

4. Satire 2.0

Face it; we’ve all had our moments of doubt about Apple’s flawlessness. A Stephens College production, The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs, challenges people to wake up from iWorship. Based on playwright Mike Daisey’s time in China, it’s sure to make you think different.

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