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For the Week of
November 16-22, 2005

Cover Story: Reduce, Reuse, Receive:
Dreaming of a green Christmas.

News: Unexpected Adults:
With new drug technologies extending lives, young people come of age with HIV.

The Byrne Report: Freedom Dance.

Briefs: Proposition 73 Redux.

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Counting Sheep: Wool guarantees green sleep for the holidays.

Rev: Love 'em or hate 'em, airbags save lives.

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A Better World: 'The World on Sunday' showcases the graphic triumphs of Joseph Pulitzer's Sunday 'World' of the early 1900s--now all we get is 'Parade.'

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

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Spell Check: Tom Smothers and Don Novello discuss God, dyslexia, the alphabet and the new movie 'Bee Season.'

Ringer Of Fire: Cash is king in sentimental but irresistible biopic of country star with Joaquin Phoenix as the man in black.

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Diamond Is Forever: How can Neil make a comeback when he never went away?

Medicine Man: Sideshow soundtrack harks back to the early days of the carny.

Star Pilots: Jefferson Airplane pass a milestone.

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Young Dead Grape: Beaujolais Nouveau, rushed off the vine and down our gullets.

Swirl 'n' Spit: Step Right Up: Sideshow Wines.

First Bite: Mosaic.


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