June 5, 2006

THE ALLERGY EPIDEMIC 3435
HEALTH

THE ALLERGY EPIDEMIC

Hay fever, asthma, eczema, peanuts. Millions are afflicted—and it’s about to get much worse
IT WAS FUN WHILE IT LASTED 2223
WORLD

IT WAS FUN WHILE IT LASTED

How the world’s longest undefended border is gradually closing, and the desperate scramble to save an international lifeline
Good News/Bad News 1011

Good News/Bad News

Futuristic geologists say that toward the end of the present millenium, the Old Faithful geyser in Wyoming will run out of steam and Niagara Falls will exist entirely on the northern side of the Canada-U.S. border. That’s good news for the Canadian tourism industry, presuming that the appeal of the Falls as a honeymoon destination is indeed eternal.
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INTERVIEW

Jerry Hall, the striking, Texas-born model and actress, is famous for many things, among them her provocative wit: “My mother said it was simple to keep a man— you must be a maid in the living room, a cook in the kitchen and a whore in the bedroom.
Judy, Judy, Judy 6263
THE BACK PAGES

Judy, Judy, Judy

Rufus Wainwright will sing all 25 numbers from Judy Garland’s Carnegie Hall classic—at Carnegie Hall—as a tribute, a protest and a joyful call to arms
MAIL BAG 45

MAIL BAG

I AM A RUSSIAN-born permanent resident of Canada and I want to know why your cover line read “Russia goes to hell” (Cover, May 22)? Michael Petrou’s article by no means deserves such a grand title. It is just the usual assortment of so-called facts and stories of the kind that have been published in the U.S. for the past two years.
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Anderson Cooper feels your pain

Never mind the steely eyes and blue blood, the CNN star’s life has been a disaster zone
THE REAL SOOK SHOCKER 4445
PROFILE

THE REAL SOOK SHOCKER

Graphic on-screen sex? Who cares? She wore nude pantyhose!!!!!!
THE BACKLASH AGAINST ISLAM 2627
WORLD

THE BACKLASH AGAINST ISLAM

Dutch Muslims are under increasing pressure to integrate
CONQUER THEN CONTROL 1819
NATIONAL

CONQUER THEN CONTROL

Surging in the polls, Stephen Harper is still spoiling for a fight—provided he makes the rules. The sometimes prickly PM can't seem to relax
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