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Cover: Pulp Friction
The steamy paperback tales of yesteryear make a comeback for collectors, and as writer Kelly Luker observes, there's nothing quite like a good old gender role in the hay.
The Scoop: Bob Harris asks why is Cleveland fatter than L.A.
Family Secrets: Cotati writer Cynthia Lamb shakes her family tree.
So Psily: A new field guide to picking trippy 'shrooms.
Ezine as Pie: Online music rags are all the rage.
Simple Pleasures: Taqueria Santa Rosa assures that such exotic dishes as tongue taco appeal to Anglo palates too.
Talking Pictures: Noted historian Marilyn Yalom, author of 'A History of the Breast,' is exposed to Howard Stern's 'Private Parts.'
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