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  • Nov 4-10, 2003
  • Vol. 24, No. 45

News

  • Six Months Out
  • Six Months Out

    John Thompson talks about his sons, the time he wrongly spent on death row and his half-year of freedom.
  • Grounded
  • Grounded

    Longtime local saxophonist Frederick Sheppard went overseas to play jazz and make some money. He came home on crutches and in debt to the U.S. government to the tune of $11,000.
  • Truth to Tell
  • Truth to Tell

    The actress Jill Clayburgh talks about her distinguished career, choosing family over films, and bringing The Exonerated to the stage.
  • Pot and Politics

    In a gubernatorial campaign defined by similar philosophies, medical marijuana could be one dividing line between Kathleen Blanco and Bobby Jindal.
  • Pops' Place
  • Pops' Place

    A visit to Louis Armstrong's 30-year home in New York, now a museum, reveals that the musician never really left New Orleans behind him.
  • More Ways to Care
  • More Ways to Care

    New treatments, philosophies and resources make it easier to live with Alzheimer's disease.

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