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  • Dec 4-10, 2001
  • Vol. 22, No. 49


  • Fads Are Bad

    Health and fitness guru Mackie Shilstone debuts in Gambit Weekly and offers advice about how to achieve lasting health.
  • Divine Inspiration

    Flannery O'Connor once called the South 'Christ-haunted.' The region's contemporary writers -- including Words & Music participants Valerie Martin and John Gregory Brown -- remain under the spell.
  • Airing Differences

    A spat between Orleans Parish Public Schools and New Orleans Media Center revives a debate over public access television in New Orleans.
  • The 'V' Word

    A broadcast corporation bans its six New Orleans radio stations from mentioning the local engagement of The Vagina Monologues.
  • Screening Shintech

    The Louisiana environmental struggle comes to the Lifetime Channel, and one participant praises the movie for getting it right.
  • Health Talk
  • Health Talk

    Kandace Power Graves discusses oral health with Dr. Deborah Lesem (234 W. Harrison Ave., 488-4577).
  • Remembering Jamie Shannon

    The Commander's Palace chef leaves behind a legacy of well-prepared meals and well-taught proteges.
  • The Searchers

    The ethics board seems unable to locate high-profile people who allegedly owe money to the public treasury.
  • Letters to the Editor

    'Mr. Collums brings to mind Pogo's own droll quotational twist: "We have met the enemy and he is us."' -- Christopher Doty






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