In tomorrow’s City Paper, you’ll find:

  • A profile of rappers Money for Life by Sarah Godfrey. To jumpstart their music career, these guys did something the music industry doesn’t exactly smile on: They bootlegged CDs on a massive scale.
  • Isaiah Thompson on legendary rat hunter Bobby Corrigan. The city’s brought him in to help solve the city’s rodent problems.
  • In Cheap Seats: Dave McKenna on the connections between Redskins QB Mark Brunell, a successful Christian music label, and an evangelical ministry that’s been accused of some unsavory activity.
  • Aaron Leitko‘s detailed taxonomy of all those goddamned “Wolf” bands.
  • Tim Carman heads up to Gaithersburg to review the Dogfish Head Alehouse
  • Plus film, music (Jenkins on Lindsey Buckingham and Robyn Hitchcock), Trey & Bob on theater, Joe Banno on Washington National Opera’s Sophie’s Choice, and more