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Publisher's Summary

There are six articles in this July 31, 2006 issue:COMMENT
"Danger Levels" by David Remnick: The bewildering Western respond to the conflict in Lebanon. TALK OF THE TOWN
"Change of Plans" by Jon Lee Anderson: A child actor tries to get out of Lebanon. ANNALS OF INFORMATION
"Know It All" by Stacy Schiff: Will Wikipedia conquer expertise? SHOUTS & MURMURS
"The Ambien Cookbook" by Paul Simms: Some recipes you can make with your eyes closed. PROFILES
"The Lobsterman" by Alec Wilkinson: Solving a mystery off the Maine coast.THE CURRENT CINEMA
"Hot and Bothered" by David Denby: The trendsetting 80s TV show Miami Vice hits the big screen, and a life changing road trip in Little Miss Sunshine.
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