The pop star and the warlord

Reading this Observer piece about the arrest of Serbian pop singer Ceca for embezzlement reminded me of going to Belgrade to write a story about her first arrest, in 2003, for Blender magazine. I dug it out and scanned it. The story and the prose were a little oversimplified in the editing process (that headline!) but I think it’s still an interesting tale.

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  1. Hi, I just stumbled across your site and am looking forward to reading your book later today! I work at Powell’s Books in Portland, Oregon and we are Unionized under the ILWU. Last summer we released a compilation of songs from the Little Red Songbook set to contemporary music. Here’s a link:
    http://www.ilwulocal5.com/buy-local-5-merchandise
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