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B e the envy of all your friends by having the coolest job around. From chimney sweep to jailer, you'd be amazed at the joy one can find in the strangest places. Find out what these rewarding jobs are, at least in Chicago, in "Help Wanted" from Chicago NewCity's Carl Kozlowski.

Unthinkable in the recent past, acupuncture is beginning to make it's way into traditional medicine. Focusing on the redirection of qi (pronounced "chee"), acupuncture is finding use in areas that not even modern medicine can guarantee success in. Find out more in "Balancing Act" from Boston Phoenix's Marcus Wohlsen.

Rounding out New & Opinion this week is more on the Clinton affair, information on the Hantavirus, computer speed limits, immigration, and an historic look back at the KKK in Albuquerque.

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Volume II, Issue 11
September 8 - September 14, 1998  
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Balancing Act [2]
At the New England School of Acupuncture, traditional Chinese medicine is needling the mainstream.
— Marcus Wohlsen, THE BOSTON PHOENIX
Help Wanted [3]
Have you ever wanted to feed the penguins or lens women for Playboy? Read on.
— Carl Kozlowski, NEWCITY CHICAGO
Angry Dems Accept Presidential Oral Sex, But Not Lies [4]
Clinton's recent troubles have created confusion inside the beltway on future political proceedings.
— Jack Moczinski, WEEKLY ALIBI
Hanta Virus [5]
The facts about Hantavirus.
— Mike Ratchett, WEEKLY ALIBI

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Speed Freaks [6]
Breaking the speed barrier on PC processors.
— James Hanback Jr., NASHVILLE SCENE
Will Work For Food [7]
Isn't there some rich yuppie out there who'll sponsor this poor but upright family of immigrants?
Ku Klux Klan in Albuquerque [10]
75 years ago this week.
— Sue Schuurman, WEEKLY ALIBI

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