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For the Week of
June 16-23, 2004

Cover Story: You Shall Be Known by the Company You Keep:
'The Corporation' shocks and disturbs in the way it's able to get full disclosure from high-powered people about the darkest corners of the corporate world. Co-director Mark Achbar talks about how he was able to capture it all without losing his power lunch.

Burn, Bush, Burn: Michael Moore's new 'Fahrenheit 9/11' scorches.

Nüz: Some Mission Hill parents have a blade to pick with a million-dollar plan to replace grass with synthetic turf.

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Rev: Brits call them self-drive holidays or multicentre holidays. We simply call them road trips.

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War of the Words: 'Control Room' goes behind the scenes as Al Jazeera covers the Iraq war.

Not Necessarily 'Nanook': Nonfiction, nature and narrative are combined with a poetic sensibility in 'The Story of the Weeping Camel.'

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That Girl's Trouble: Metro Santa Cruz breaks out the skeletons in the closet as the beloved but naughty Del Rey returns to SC.

The Rock Show: The Serendipity Project; Moving Parts.

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Fade to Blacks: After 12 years, Blacks Beach Cafe's Robert Morris is calling it quits.

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Critical 'Stage': MCT's latest production isn't among their best, but it could be a turning point in the company's fight to survive.


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