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For the Week of
July 20-27, 2005

Cover Story: Ship of Fools:
Why is a shipwreck in the middle of the redwoods? Blame it on Shakespeare Santa Cruz.

London Texting: Technology sent an activist message around the world. Unfortunately, so did the bombs.

Breaking the Cycle: Gemma offers a new life for women getting out of jail.

Nüz: X Factor; Turn to the Other Left; The Other Metro; Nurses Victorious.

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Rev: Your Gas Station: Although the Chavez plan has been mocked by conservatives who urge that Venezuela should build relations with the United States, I would argue, why should he?

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Policy Wonka: Tim Burton and Johnny Depp put a new spin on Roald Dahl's spun-candy favorite, 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.'

He and She: 'Yes': Adulterers anonymous, in iambic pentameter. Wait, which one is supposed to be Rick Wakeman?

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Inspecting the Spectacle: Clawing through the dirges and theatrics of the New Thrill Parade.

The Rock Show: Beck.

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Emotional Shorthand: Jasper Fforde's fiction gets into reading as his characters travel from 'Jane Eyre' to 'Hamlet.'

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Vegging Out at the Wharf: In which things get fishy for our veggie columnist.


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