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For the Week of
December 3-10, 2003

Cover Story: On Thin Ice
Some say the new fasting fad is a scary trend.

Nüz: Local women protest Sutter Maternity's proposal to discontinue a procedure known as VBAC (Vaginal Birth After Cesarean).

Fat Lip Service: The secret's out about the hidden dangers of trans fat. But is all this controversy over protecting consumers just a lot of talk?

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Woman in Flames: 'Gothika' works on the senses without making sense.

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Can't Stop the Rock: The Mother Truckers have country in their hearts and AC/DC in their blood--and they're bringing it all to the KPIG Humbug Hoedown.

Radioactive: After nearly 25 years, the half-life of one of New Orleans' favorite bands is simply incalculable.

The Rock Show: Lucinda Williams; Zelda's Songwriters' Showcase.

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Rosa's in Bloom: Despite big changes, the Yacht Harbor favorite keeps its spit-roasted menu tuned to palates fond of salsa and spice.

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Hot Funderpants: SSC's holiday show makes sharp and poignant funny business out of new 'Clothes.'


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