A new focus

Features

September 18, 2005

We've changed the focus of the Today section on the weekends to reflect the priorities of your busy life. From gardening to family activities to singles' night out,we're helping you plan and keeping your calendar up to date.

FRIDAY

MOVIES TODAY

Sun reviews of new releases

Hollywood "buzz" column

Actor profilies and Q&As

Calendar of film festivals and events

SATURDAY

GO TODAY

Inspiration for the weekend

Saturday/Sunday day planner

Features on shopping, gardening, entertaining, do-it-yourself projects

THURSDAY

LIVE!

New nightlife column

New free sheet: roundup of free events and giveaways

New Tech focus on consumer electronics and video games

FRIDAY

HEALTH & SCIENCE

New design and new look

Trusted columnist on the latest health issues

Continuing coverage of medical issues and amazing science,

SUNDAY

A & E TODAY

Critical eye column from Sun critics

Complete coverage of local arts scene

Replaces Arts & Society

Ask the Critic online feature

Crosswords and puzzles on Fun & Games page after moving from the Perspective section

SUNDAY

MODERN LIFE

Focus on the way we live today

New relationships feature

New Consumer column

New party and society page

Replaces Home & Family

SAME NAME, NEW APPEAL

Not only have these sections been redesigned to reflect The Sun's new look, but we've added new features and updated others to sharpen their focus and reflect readers' interests.

MONDAY-THURSDAY

Today

New daily calendar feature

New color TV Grid and listings

New Critics Corner feature

Horoscope, Speed Bump and Ask Amy move to Fun&Games page

WEDNESDAY

Taste

New "In Season" feature

New monthly wine column

New "Ask The Chef" feature

Test Kitchen looks at new products

SUNDAY

Travel

More on travel gear and gadgets

Tips for online travel planning

Monthly Weekend Escape feature on $500 getaways

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