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Read This: Carmelo Anthony, Chris Brown, Jim Traficant

Carmelo Anthony and the artist known as Midian. (Courtesy of Bill Duggan/Madams Organ)

What you missed in this weekend's paper while The Reliable Source was gone: Carmelo Anthony of the Denver Nuggets hung out at Madams Organ with the singer of the night, Midian; discussed Old Testament, according to Aaron Leitko in Names and Faces. Our new pop music critic Chris Richards listens to the new Jay-Z album, thinks he sounds like a cranky old man, and wonders if hip-hop can age gracefully. Chris Brown talks back to Oprah, which never ends well. And our colleague Mary Jordan goes to the get-out-of-jail party for Jim Traficant and suspects that he may still have "a little of the old magic under that memorable rug."

By The Reliable Source  |  September 8, 2009; 1:42 PM ET
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Chris Brown will do or say anything to see his star rise again. I think we set a bad example as a society if he's allowed to show little remorse and responsibility for it and regain his fame.

Has anyone seen the Rihanna Amber Alert? Wow.

Posted by: ca123four | September 9, 2009 8:51 AM | Report abuse

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