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For the Week of
May 21-28, 2003

Cover: Is There Hope?
John Robbins and 'Imagine America' tackle a tough reality for the peace movement.

Quit Your Whining: Marianne Williamson wants the peace movement to get over itself and get back to work.

Nüz: Jim Crow Laws Rising...

Tour Off Duty: Two of the last remaining planes from the World War II era of aviation now serve a new purpose--as massive, mobile mechanical museums that come to the Watsonville Airshow this weekend.

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Ego for It!: Even Freud would agree that the Boulder Creek Art, Wine & Music Festival is a feast for the senses.

Unnatural 'Law': In the criminal justice system, the people are represented by two separate yet equally important groups. This local art exhibit riffs on both of them.

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A Load of Bollocks: 'The Matrix Reloaded' is cheeky, silly and actually kind of fun.

Helsinki's Half Acre: 'The Man Without a Past' offers a natural nostalgia without wallowing.

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The Rock Show: Bad Religion; Thomas Mapfuno and the Blacks Unlimited.

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Hola, Las Olas: Zippy Cal-Mex creations and a waterfront setting keep spirits high at the wharf's new over-the-top cantina.

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Culture Jam: The Starr Spectacular is here to lure the masses away from their TV sets with circus and vaudeville.


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