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What happened on July 02, 2006

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  • Timothy, bleary Michael S. Roth, Michael S. Roth is president of the California College of the Arts in the Bay Area.

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  • Double fantasy David L. Ulin

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  • A way of seeing Natasha S. Randall, Natasha S. Randall has completed a translation from the Russian of Yevgeny Zamyatin's "We" for Modern Library.

  • Old haunts revisited Ben Ehrenreich, Ben Ehrenreich is the author of the novel "The Suitors."

  • Discoveries Susan Salter Reynolds

  • Knockin' on Dylan's door Jim Fusilli, Jim Fusilli, a music critic for the Wall Street Journal and National Public Radio, is the author of the novels "Hard, Hard City," "Tribeca Blues" and "Closing Time."

  • Neighborhood watch Stephanie Giry, Stephanie Giry is a senior editor at Foreign Affairs magazine.

  • Art of darkness Joel Rose, Joel Rose's next novel, "The Blackest Bird," will appear in March from W.W. Norton.

  • The Italian rapscallion Tracy Wilkinson, Tracy Wilkinson is Times bureau chief in Rome.

  • Eye of the storm Mark Doty, Mark Doty is the author of several books of poetry, including "School of the Arts," and the forthcoming memoir, "Dog Years."

  • The play's the thing Erika Schickel, Erika Schickel is the author of the forthcoming "You're Not the Boss of Me."

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