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  • Jesse Jacobs illustrated this week’s explosive cover. You may remember him from our comics issue a few weeks back. Jacobs is a contributor to Lucky Comics, which just released its fourth issue.
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  • Dec 15-21, 2005
  • Vol. 13, No. 29

News + Opinion

  • Modern inconveniences
  • City
  • Modern inconveniences

    Film gaffer, political activist and carpenter Jan Meyerowitz believes every purchase counts and old-fashioned values do apply to new causes.
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  • Oil rigging
  • Environment
  • Oil rigging

    Nova Scotia Power has made some recent changes, but there are still problems with air and noise pollution in Tufts Cove. Carsten Knox reports.
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  • Transit
  • Spin cycle

    Bike enthusiasts gear up for the Alley Cat Scramble, a scavenger hunt on wheels. Karen Aagaard clicks in.
  • Web sights
  • Work
  • Web sights

    Spider sightings have some grocery store produce workers in town on the lookout. Erin O’Halloran puts on protective gloves.
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Food + Drink

Arts + Culture

  • Super 8 is enough
  • Film + TV
  • Super 8 is enough

    AFCOOP’s annual Super 8 celebration toasts filmmakers both novice and veteran. Johnston Farrow gets the projector rolling.
  • Tried and Truman
  • Film + TV
  • Tried and Truman

    A new Truman Capote biopic reveals how his greatest work ruined his life. Tara Thorne’s blood is warm for Capote.

Music

  • Dance card
  • Feature
  • Dance card

    Dave Carmichael used time away and Joni Mitchell’s influence to help craft his new album, Spirit Dance. Chris McCluskey gets into it.

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