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Lots Of Skin May Show At Blind Pig

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16
Month
October
Year
1990
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Danish News Window Spray-Painted, December 1986

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Ann Arbor News, December 30, 1986
Caption
Shoulte's embattled Danish News at 209 N. Fourth Ave. in Ann Arbor.

Great Porn War

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30
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December
Year
1986
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Danish News Co. Sign Removed, March 1988

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Ann Arbor News, March 7, 1988
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DOWN AND AWAY - Terry Climie and William Rajewski from the Jones Sign Co. of Flint remove a landmark of sorts - the Danish News adult bookstore sign, which hung above the store's entrance in the 200 block of North Fourth Avenue in Ann Arbor. Terry Whitman-Shoultes, operator of a string of similar stores across Michigan, was evicted from the location last week by the owner of the building, J.D. Hall, whose barber shop is located next door. Hall is a member of the Ypsilanti Township Board, which has been involved in a prolonged legal suit against Whitman-Shoultes' companion, Karen Christy, over a bookstore she runs on East Michigan Avenue in the township.

Down And Away

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7
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March
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1988
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Porn Perplex

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12
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August
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1990
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Making A Point

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24
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May
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1980
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Case against adult bookstore plods along

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Day
6
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July
Year
1981
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Stephanie Vail & Amy Coha, Women's Crisis Center, July 1981

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Ann Arbor News, July 6, 1981
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Stephanie Vail and Amy Coha outside the Women's Crisis Center