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For the Week of
July 7-14, 2004

Cover Story: Liar Tapper:
When the smoking-gun Enron tapes went public, they shocked the entire nation. Santa Cruz's Carl Pechman heard them first.

Nüz: Changing tables could be coming to men's and women's restrooms on the wharf and soon.

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Rev: David was drinking a Dr. Pepper, and so we cut that up, put it around the hose inside the tank, and clamped it down.

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The Fire This Time, Part Two: The second of a two-part series taking a deeper look at the artistic and commercial success of 'Fahrenheit 9/11' and the hell-raising career of Michael Moore.

Crawl Space: In 'Spider-Man 2,' director Sam Raimi creates a true working-class superhero.

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Preacher Man: His new album is called 'Revival,' but his live act would work just as well under a circus tent. The Rev. Horton Heat finds success in excess.

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Family Tradition: A local staple for almost 40 years, the family-owned Acapulco is being restored to its former glory.


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