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For brokers only (03/29/2006)
By Al Thomas -- Would you like to have more time for golf, fishing, the wife and kids? Just doing what you want with no pressure from a know-nothing boss? Well, if you keep following what Wall Street teaches you are  ... 

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Inside Man (03/29/2006)
By David Robinson -- Inside Man is a Spike Lee movie with a difference. The usual ingredients are all in place: the New York City setting with its wise-guy, smart mouth, ethnic-sniping populace; the in-your-face photogra ... 

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Phillips project attracts MCEA scrutiny (03/29/2006)
By Frances Edstrom -- Responses to the Jason Phillips Environmental Assessment Worksheet (EAW) for a proposed development in Pleasant Valley hark back to the many objections to this project voiced during the annexation fig ... 

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Wide world photography (03/29/2006)
By Tom Hirsch -- The idea of panoramic pictures has been around for a long time, but it has only beena within the last few years that this concept has become popular, or practical as a photographic option. To encourag ... 

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Capote (03/26/2006)
By David Robinson -- Phillip Seymour Hoffman won the Oscar for Best Actor for his brilliant work in the title role of Capote, now available on video and DVD. As the film's name implies, Truman Capote is the movie here: d ... 

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Dearly departed (03/26/2006)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- Often times, silence speaks the loudest.

Hollow echoes of footsteps levitate from hardwood floors, through sullen rooms. Heavy with age, velvet drapes sag across blank windows. Walls, stiff and cold, ... 

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The wayward letter (03/26/2006)
By Frances Edstrom -- I received an e-mail in error the other day. I knew right away it had been sent to me mistakenly, and threw it away. But it put me in mind of an old boyfriend.

B. (let's just use initials, since I ha ... 

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Good Night, and Good Luck (03/22/2006)
By David Robinson -- Now available on video and DVD, Good Night, and Good Luck, its title echoing the signature phrase of newscaster Edward R. Murrow, opens at a tribute to him being held in 1958, then cuts back to 1953. ... 

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Growing Concerns - 3/22/06 (03/22/2006)
By Dr. Martha Erickson -- Question: A 12-year-old neighbor has expressed interest in baby-sitting for our two young children, and she strikes me as someone who would do a great job. But my husband says a 12-year-old is too you ... 

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It’s coming, really (03/22/2006)
By Frances Edstrom -- Mother Nature is going through a reluctant phase. First she didn't want to do winter at all, now, when she's supposed to be doing spring, she's decided that maybe a little snow isn't a bad thing after ... 

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