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  • Submerged: Part 9

    My wife spent yesterday in New Orleans, getting the house ready to put on the market. She woke up at 5 a.m. to drive in with a friend. She cleaned the kids' rooms, hung the pictures back on the walls, stacked the Saturday, Aug. 28, issue of The Times-Picayune—the one with the "Katrina Takes Aim" headline—on the pile with the other papers.
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    Julio Iglesias is the best thing to happen to Willie Nelson.
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  • Candy Conundrum

    As a kid, I loved Halloween. The costumes, the decorations, the pumpkin carving--it was really all for the sake of hauling in a huge bag of candy that would last until Christmas (when another mother lode of goodies arrived). As a parent of two spawn smack dab in the middle of the Halloween (read: candy) obsession, I revert back to the tricks for the treats my own parents taught me.
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