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  • Shorties

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    B4BEL4B, an experimental-art gallery in Chinatown, showcases nontraditional artists and hosts interactive installations where viewer participation is mandatory.
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    The catch limit on lingcod, an increasingly popular fish, is about to go up. But some anglers and scientists think the new rules could lead to more overfishing.

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