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Father Circus
Jerry Hogan's career has led him into one of the stranger culs-de-sac in the Catholic ministry -- he's a circus chaplain. [08-24-98]
— Ellen Barry, THE BOSTON PHOENIX

Darwin's Duds
A Boston University physiology prof proposes some new directions for human evolution. Hey person, your ears are too small. [08-10-98]
— Ellen Barry, THE BOSTON PHOENIX

Mars and Venus Go To Work
The pop-psych craze for recognizing gender differences is a bad fit with the modern workplace, where men and women are equal by law. [07-27-98]
— Ellen Barry, THE BOSTON PHOENIX

Owning Omar
The long-lost autobiography of devout Muslim and Southern slave Omar ibn Said has collector Derrick Beard on a crusade to rewrite history. [07-06-98]
— Ellen Barry, THE BOSTON PHOENIX

Judy Blume for President
There is a large body of evidence to the effect that Judy Blume is responsible for puberty as we know it. [05-26-98]
— Ellen Barry, THE BOSTON PHOENIX

The Virtual House Call
A Boston doctor is replacing house calls with home videos shot by his young patients. Is this a good idea or a Stalinist plot? [04-20-98]
— Ellen Barry, THE BOSTON PHOENIX

Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Lipo
People are going into debt to have cosmetic surgery. Doesn't everyone have the right to be beautiful? [04-06-98]
— Ellen Barry, THE BOSTON PHOENIX

The Partisan
The militant Tamil Tigers are tearing up Sri Lanka while their cause is championed from an unlikely Massachusetts seaport. [03-02-98]
— Ellen Barry, THE BOSTON PHOENIX

The Barbie Czar
Toy collectors play the market -- and turn old plastic into new money. [02-23-98]
— Ellen Barry, THE BOSTON PHOENIX

Will Dada for Food
Secret organizations are offering saboteurs big bucks for big mischief -- in the name of art. [01-26-98]
— Ellen Barry, THE BOSTON PHOENIX

Canned Goods
Trends for 1998, according to the "experts" include split tongues, the color blue, and even bigger SUVs. [01-05-98]
— Ellen Barry, THE BOSTON PHOENIX

The Strange Case of Audrey Santo
The faithful of Worcester, Massachusetts are attributing miracles to a comatose 14-year-old girl, but the church isn't so sure. [12-29-97]
— Ellen Barry, THE BOSTON PHOENIX

Passion by proxy
The same inventive nation that brought us the EZ-CD CD opener offers a range of reasonably priced professional writers trained to express your feelings. [11-03-97]
— Ellen Barry, THE BOSTON PHOENIX

Colony lost and found
Thirteen years before the Pilgrims landed, George Popham voyaged to America and decided it was too cold here. [10-27-97]
— Ellen Barry, THE BOSTON PHOENIX

Go East, young man
Young Irish immigrants have been trying their luck in America for centuries. But these days in Boston, and other cities shaped by the Irish diaspora, they are hearing the siren song of a new land: Ireland. [10-13-97]
— Ellen Barry, THE BOSTON PHOENIX

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