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  • Jun 21-27, 2006
  • Vol. 22, No. 25

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  • HAPPYTOWN

    For the last year and a half, Orlando Food Not Bombs has fed homeless people vegetarian food in Lake Eola Park on Wednesday afternoons. No more. At least not legally...
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  • NEWS OF THE WEIRD

    Less than three months after one wife-as-sex-slave contract surfaced (in Iowa, for which husband Travis Frey in June was sentenced to 10 years in prison), Hudson, Wis., husband Kevin Anderson was accused of making his own sex-slave contract...
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  • I ♥ BILL
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  • I ♥ BILL

    I'm sure you don't remember me. How could you, with the thousands of faces you see and hands you shake each week?
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  • THE BIG LOGOFF
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  • THE BIG LOGOFF

    Thanks to a spinoff of one of the most popular sites on the web, people can live on, even after the big logoff.
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  • COUNCIL WATCH

    The June 19 City Council meeting was jampacked with enough excitement to make it slightly more entertaining than watching grass grow!
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  • SAVAGE LOVE

    My problem may not be as kinky as most you get, but it's currently terrorizing my thoughts...
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Arts & Culture

  • BLISTER

    "We don't need people tonight," I swing open the Sushi Hatsu door with some divine sense of chopstick authority, one probably not appropriate for my own personal Ultimate Yellowtail...
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  • INSTALLMENT PLAN
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  • INSTALLMENT PLAN

    Way back in the dark days of Britain's Industrial Revolution, Charles Dickens used to hawk individual chapters of his jumbo-sized novels-in-progress on street corners for a few pence each.
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