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For the Week of
March 15-21, 2006

Cover Story: Always High Crisis, Always?:
With a new Wal-Mart proposed for an area that could use the jobs, Patricia Lynn Henley wonders if it's ever a good thing when the big box comes to town.

News: Bitter Birthday:
Emotions run high and events mark the slaughter as the Iraq War ends its third year.

The Byrne Report: War Games.

Briefs: Going After Dubya.

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Rev: Minimotos: Is the scare worth the fun?

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

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Trenchant: 'Joyeux Noël' recalls peace in war.

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Sweet Seduction: Two women relate highly personal tales of fandom.

Rebirth of the Cool: Kim Nalley takes on her own voice.

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Death and the Beta Male: Moore finds mirth in mortality.

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The Whole-Grain Truth: Everything you always wanted to know about whole grains but were afraid to ask.

First Bite: Shangri-La.

News of the Food: Wine and Women--Can't Go Wrong.

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Winter Tales: Notes from Ashland in the crisp nonsummer.

Hearts in Darkness, Flights of Fancy: The Oregon Shakespeare Festival opens its 2006 Season with flying lawn chairs, spirited name droppers, heartbreaking hideaways, mysterious wintry trees--and not a bear in sight.


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