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THE INDIE, November 2005

The November issue of The Indie hit the streets last week.

BANNER STORY/HEADERS:
- "A Parking Snarl On Battle Square" by Michael Hopping
- "Human Needs Coalition Fights GOP Budget Attack" by Tim Wheeler/People’s World Weekly.

REVIEWS & INTERVIEWS:
- "The Year of Magical Thinking" (book review) by Michael Hopping
- "Writing and the World of the Library: An Interview with Umberto Eco" by Gaither Stewart.

COLUMNS:
- "Like a Rolling Stone: The Spirit of the Bonfire" by Pasckie Pascua
- "Writing, Painting and Thoughts about Spirituality from a Coffeehouse Junkie" by Matthew Mulder
- "Letters from Rome: The Greeks and Us" by Gaither Stewart

Plus much more...

To obtain FREE copies of the October issue...
go to The Indie website.
or write:
The Indie
70 Woodfin Place, Suite 01
Asheville NC 28801

or call:
Tel # (828) 225 5994

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