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September 6, 2013

When a name is also a curse word

What should a general-interest publication do when it wants to write about an event, band or other entity that uses language in its name that wouldn’t normally be published? Journalists shouldn’t avoid using words when they’re the crux of an issue, but you could argue calendar listings are casual and unnecessary places for language that may offend.

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