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  Volume 27 - Number 3 - Jan. 15, 2004

Pointed Treatments
By Miriam Axel-Lute

Strategically placed needles are an increasingly respectable medical intervention

Everything Bad Is Good Again
By John Rodat

Those anxious in the face of contradictory fitness and nutrition information, relax—you may already be doing the healthy thing

Medicate This

New clinical disorders that will be identified any day now, and the pharmaceutical remedies that will appear the day after that

Sending the CDs Home to Roost
By Miriam Axel-Lute

Honest Weight Food Co-op collects AOL disks and marks them “return to sender”

The Task at Hand
By Travis Durfee

A recent wave of deadly incidents leads Albany Common Council to revive proposal for gun-violence task force

Time to Push the Envelope
By Miriam Axel-Lute

With heightened interest after the Scaringe shooting, Albany’s Citizens’ Police Review Board steps up its quest to get answers from the APD

Don’t Try This at Home
By Ashley Hahn

As insurance companies retreat from providing homeowner’s policies to in-home child care providers, caregivers are faced with an impossible choice: Lose your business or lose your home

Of Puppies and Paperwork
By Rick Marshall

Increasingly formalized pet-adoption policies have made it more difficult to obtain animals from shelters, but shelter workers say it’s all for the good of the animal

Savage Love
By Dan Savage

If Dan Savage won't answer your weird, disgusting, perverted, embarrassing questions about sex, perhaps you'd best keep them to yourself.

2003 Survival Guide and Student Handbook Holiday Fashion 2003

Check out the coolest clothes and the hottest trends this holiday season available right here in the Capital Region.
2003 Survival Guide and Student Handbook 2003 Local Music Guide

Bands, clubs, recording studios, radio stations: Your comprehensive guide to the Capital Region's thriving music scene.
2003 Survival Guide and Student Handbook 2003 Fall Winter Dining Guide

A comprehensive, descriptive guide to Capital Region restaurants.
Best of the Capital Region 2003 2003 Survival Guide and Student Handbook

New to the region? Find out where to get your books, your beer, your bowling—you name it.
2003 Spring Fahion Best of the Capital Region 2003

From pizza to politicians, from gift stores to guitarists, from sushi to ski areas: We've combed the region to find the best that's out there.
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