There are seven articles in the April 17, 2006 issue:COMMENT "Consumption" by Hendrik Hertzberg: The drawbacks of the Bush administration's new health care plan. THE TALK OF THE TOWN
"Haggadah Da-Vida" by Sasha Frere-Jones: A musical revival for an electronic seder.
Dubai's Divas-in-Training by Lauren Collins: A NYC trip for future stars.ANNALS OF RELIGION "A Church Asunder" by Peter J. Boyle: The Episcopal tradition confronts a revolt.BOOKS "Jesus Laughed" by Adam Gopnik: In The Gospel of Judas the renegade is redeemed. THE THEATER "Masquerade" by John Lahr: Sandra Bernhard's Everything Bad & Beautiful and Tryst. THE CURRENT CINEMA "Exposed" by David Denby: The new bio-pic about one of the best known pin-up queens, The Notorious Bettie Page and Nicole Holofcener's, Friends with Money.
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