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  • Aug 8-15, 2007
  • Vol. 24, No. 32

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Columns

  • Companions

    What's really fun about the Dog Days issue is that it's a chance to throw open our pages (and our Web site) to share readers' stories and pictures with the larger community.
  • Letters to the Editor

    Obviously Don Ward has not visited the Dix facility's health spa. —Levonne Powell-Tillman

News

  • Use of gassing challenged

    Thirty-eight counties use the controversial yet legal method of euthanasia. The state's proposed new rules, now under consideration, would keep it legal, over the objections of many animal rights advocates.

Music

  • Aiken '08
  • Aiken '08

    Will Clay Aiken's Cary concert make him a frontrunner for Elizabeth Dole's Senate seat?

Arts

Food

Film

Diversions

Free Stuff & Promos

Ye Olde Archives

  • ... R U falling apart?
  • ... R U falling apart?

    You've got a highway bridge collapsing in Minneapolis, steam pipes exploding in Manhattan, and two years on, you still haven't put New Orleans back together, let alone the coast of Mississippi.
  • Transfer in the House
  • Transfer in the House

    The transfer-tax option is signed into law the same week former House Speaker Jim Black goes to prison. Coincidence? No.

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