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  • Oct 13-19, 2010
  • Vol. 19, No. 16
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  • Amendment Debate

    Two measures slated for the November ballot pit voters' rights against economic development and could change the way hospitals and airports fund capital projects.

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  • Food Review
  • Locavore

    A tempting array of pastries and desserts beckons from the display case located near the front of the restaurant as we enter a light-filled space set with chairs, tables and banquettes all bearing a matching espresso hue.
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  • Locavore

    Regardless of what ideology or trend a restaurant espouses, or how many miles the tomatoes have traveled, a kitchen should never serve questionable food. Period.
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  • And ... We're ... Out ...

    When a half-dozen requests came in almost simultaneously for this week, rather than duke it out in the office Jell-O wresting pit over who would get to go and who would have to stay, we opted for the more civil—though slightly more insane—route: work really hard and fast a week in advance so that we could all take the week off.

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