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For the Week of
January 18-24, 2006

Cover Story: Swimming in Air:
Part ballet, part yoga and indeed, part swimming--Gyrotonics is the new best thing you can do sitting down.

News: Hospital Checkup:
How healthy are our major medical facilities?

The Byrne Report: Full Disclosure.

Briefs: Getting Carded.

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Gray Matters: Lanna Nakone and the organized brain.

Rev: Why parked cars can be a bicyclist's greatest adversary.

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

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Sex Ed: Brian Copeland finds small dose of reality in 'Virgin.'

Religious Riot: Albert Brooks' 'Looking for Comedy' has joke on us.

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Hard, Loud and Fast: Classic punk catalog comes to an iPod near you.

Not Sold in Stores: The sorry ballad of Time-Life's '70s Music Explosion.'

Folk Balladeer: John Jacob Niles' songs of hill folk.

This Side of Paradise: Eliza Gilkyson finally finds her direction.

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Back in Flour: Atkins is dead, long live the carb.

Swirl n' Spit: Hollywood and Vine: the Whites.

First Bite: Starlight Wine Bar.


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