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For the Week of
June 18-25, 2003

Cover: Hell Yeah!
Local cowpunk upstarts The Devil Makes Three join Robert Earl Keen at the KPIG Swine Soiree.

Nüz: Clown, Interrupted.

Bugging Out: When software runs our lives, all it takes is one bug to unplug us.

The complete Ellen Ullman interview: More from the 'Close to the Machine' author.

The Debugger: An excerpt from Ellen Ullman's novel 'The Bug.'

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One-Shot Masterpiece: 'Russian Ark': Three centuries, 96 minutes, one shot.

Born Under Punches: Ken Loach takes all the fun out of being a working-class criminal in 'Sweet Sixteen.'

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Rock the Buddha: The product of an unconventional upbringing and a protégé of Utah Phillips, Bodhi Busick brings fiery politics and a hot sound to a folk movement that needs both.

The Rock Show: Jet to Pretension.

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Sunny Side Up: Sunny Cove Cafe helps surfers and sun-worshippers starts the day off right.

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Dazed and Amused: Tom Stoppard's 'Arcadia' is a disjointed but rewarding romp through time and space, love and math.


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