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For the Week of
November 23-29, 2005

Cover Story: Nobody Expects the Spanish Freak Collision:
A picaresque tale of biking through Spain involving bulls, Iceland and so much cheap beer. Alastair Bland explores.

News: Harvest Hands:
Housing those who labor for our table remains a complex issue.

The Byrne Report: Kindhearted Woman.

Briefs: De Facto Draft?

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Rev: Rules to live by if ridesharing this holiday.

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

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Positive Spin: 'Sarah Silverman: Jesus Is Magic': I suppose she kisses her mom with that mouth.

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Father Knows Best: Jazz patriarch steps into spotlight.

Lime Time: How does one write about Limewire without attracting the feds? Very carefully.

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Twilight of The Trick: Gabriel García Márquez skewers the follies of an aging man in 'Memories of My Melancholy Whores.'

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The Great Pumpkin Pie-Off: Does fresh pumpkin really make a difference in a pie?

Chicken Delight: Technique and timing secret to panéed bird.

Swirl 'n' Spit: Quixote Winery.

Morsels: Surviving the Holidays.

Real-Life Kitchen: Consider the Oysters.

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Twain Spotting: MTC's 'Raft' marks season of greatness.


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