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For the Week of
February 22-28, 2006

Cover Story: Planning Ahead:
Gay and lesbian retirement homes come of age. Lois Pearlman reports.

News: Getting Dinged:
Auto-body shop owners accuse insurers of steering customers wrong.

Briefs: Floods 'n' FEMA.

Open Mic: The Shootist.

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Rev: If we run out of oil, we can always grow more corn. Right?

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Critic's Picks: A guide to the week's best arts, theater and music events.

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Breech Birth: Michael Winterbottom wrestles Laurence Sterne's unfilmable 'Tristram Shandy' to a cinematic draw.

Bad Kids: A real-life kid wrangler takes a look at 'Nanny McPhee.'

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Making Peace: Mary Gauthier finds her way to mercy.

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Recipe For Retribution: I spent 20 hours making chocolate cakes, and all I got was this dumb article.

Swirl n' Spit: Quivira Winery.

News of the Food: Nibble, savor, sip at Artisan Market.

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Ibsen Rules: Just in time for the centennial of his death, is Henrik Ibsen becoming cool again?


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