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For the Week of
June 22-29, 2005

Cover Story: The Taste of Fear:
Eat, drink and be very afraid. As the psychological fallout from the recent Wendy's debacle proves, being frightened of our food is the American way. Does it really have to be like this?

Fingered by Folklore: Urban legend history points the way toward a healthy skepticism of food scare stories.

Nüz: WAMM On.

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Rev: Light Summer Reading: The imminent shortage of oil is the new Y2K, the new nuclear threat, the new rapture.

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Swans Swimming: A trapped teen finds romance in director Pawel Pawlikowski's 'My Summer of Love.'

Face Time: San Jose director Alice Wu's first feature, 'Saving Face,' isn't big or Greek, but it is one funny film.

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Seven Bands Enter, One Band Leaves: In our own version of Thunderdome, the Battle of the Bands finally hits the Catalyst's main stage.

The Rock Show: Lhasa.

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Cliffhanging: The Cliff Cafe is a cheerful, cozy antidote to chilly morning fog.

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Program Notes: 'Hard Times' delivers a skillfully bleak view of the Industrial Revolution.


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