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David Holthouse Turns Up in Rolling Stone

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Former Westword writer David Holthouse (he of the famous "Stalking the Bogeyman" saga) made his debut in Rolling Stone this week (the one with Johnny Depp and Keith Richards on the cover), writing about Shirley Q. Liquor, a gay white man who puts on blackface and performs as a boozing welfare mother.

An excerpt was posted on the RS site on May 16, but the full story was printed the current issue. You'll have to go out and buy a copy to see how it ends. Enjoy.

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