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W hen Gabriell Dollie Wiley moved to Salome in 1937, with her whores and her fifth husband, she must've believed she'd found her Eden.

Through a unique jobs program that Albuquerque businesses have with the Association for Retarded Citizens of America (ARCA), 21 companies have placed 51 people in part-time jobs.

Nomar Garciaparra may seem like the most unlikely of hunks, but he's the reason why women who ordinarily could not care less about baseball are following the Boston Red Sox as though they were the Backstreet Boys.

Also, whistling no more, keeping an eye on the children, and more.


Columns
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Watching the Kids [6]
If you don't want your kids to eat lead paint, then pay attention to them.
— Walter Jowers, NASHVILLE SCENE
 
Romancing the Road [7]
Part two of a threefold evaluation of three new sports cars.
— Marc K. Stengel, NASHVILLE SCENE
 

Now What? [9]
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Volume III, Issue 50
June 5 - June 12, 2000  

Features
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Murderous Madam [2]
In the first half of the 20th century, Gabriell Dollie Wiley left a long line of bodies in her wake.
— Leo W. Banks, TUCSON WEEKLY
 
Handicapable: Employing the Disabled [3]
How ARCA and Honeywell have teamed up to give jobs to the developmentally disabled.
— Dennis Domrzalski, WEEKLY ALIBI
 
Just Say 'Nomar' [4]
Nomar Garciaparra may seem like the most unlikely of hunks, but he is a big-time baseball crush, the kind this city has not had in a long, long time.
— Leslie Robarge, THE BOSTON PHOENIX
 
This Blows [5]
Falling out of love with whistling.
— Jay Hardwig, AUSTIN CHRONICLE
 

Teeny Tidbits
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Mr. Smarty Pants [8]
Marching, paddling, munching, and more.
— Mr. Smarty Pants, AUSTIN CHRONICLE
 

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