Inside this week’s Pitch print edition …

Nelson Hopkins Sr.‘ s son was killed while walking home from the library last year. His son’s death pushed the father into action, declaring war on Kansas City’s “criminal terrorists.” Pitch writer Nadia Pflaum has the story of Kansas City’s latest activist in this week’s feature story, “KC Crime = Terrorism.”

Also in this week’s issue, Martin eavesdrops on anti-e-tax activist Rex Sinquefield.

The Crap Archivist discovers two of the saddest clown paintings you’ll never want to see again.

Theater critic Alan Scherstuhl finds real life in the Repertory Theatre’s production of Broke-ology.

Ferruzza revisits Tasso’s Greek Restaurant for the first time in 10 years.

Pflaum also profiles young-man-in-a-hurry Craig Smith.

Your kind, mean and bizarre letters.

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