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For the Week of
July 27-August 3, 2005

Cover Story: Contort Yourself:
Get all hot and twisted with our special Health & Fitness issue.

Hot Flashes and New Beginnings: Naturopathic doctors offer another option for women seeking alternatives to synthetic hormone therapy.

Scaling the New Food Pyramid: The food pyramid gets a makeover.

Sphere Factor: In which a journalist confronts circadian rhythms and proper posture in just 48 hours.

Nüz: Pegged for Cuts; Stuntman; Trans-Triangulation; Down on Downing Street; Vietnam Flashback.

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Rev: Stranger Than Fiction: I'll never understand the luxury market for auto accessories, especially when I can barely vacuum out the beast once every five years.

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Wheel Works: Wheelchair athletics are unsafe at any speed in documentary 'Murderball.'

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Empty Glass, Full Life: Hugh Masekela returns to the Kuumbwa, sober, hopeful, and filled with new music.

The Rock Show: Aza; John Ellis; the Aquabats.

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Harry Potter and the Pot of Gold: Does the rainbow end on your bookshelves? Speculators search for the golden editions of Harry Potter.

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Stair Trek: The Attic boasts some of downtown's freshest sounds--and tastes.

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Shadow Play: There's darkness beneath the surface of 'Twelfth Night' in P.J. Paparelli's production of this much-loved comedy.


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