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For the Week of
August 20-27, 2003

Cover Story: The Pay Team
Advertising reps call it Nostalgia Marketing--but some people call it exploiting childhood memories for commercial purposes. Which fool should we pity?

Nüz: Bad-Ass Loudmouth.

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The Accidental Satirist: David Rees on clip art, catharsis, office monotony and land-mine relief efforts.

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Ovation Building: 'Camp' zeroes in on people who think 'Fame' was the best movie ever made.

Prairie World: Kevin Costner tries to fit too many ways to remake the Western in 'Open Range.'

'S.W.A.T.' Teem: Crime writer David Corbett takes on the Cowboy Cop, the Slimy Supervisor and other annoying police movie clichés.

'Suspiria': Too gory for the art crowd, and too arty for the gore crowd, the Dario Argento splatter classic got terrible reviews when it was released in 1977, and still is largely misunderstood.

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Making a Splash: Singer/songwriter Noe Venable sleeps with the fishes--at least that's our theory.

The Rebirth of Cool: Jazz guitarist John Scofield has taken the lessons learned from his time with Miles Davis and run with them.

The Rock Show: WM3 benefit; Angry Amputees.

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Things Go Better With Rocks: From picnicking to barbecuing, it all tastes better outdoors, and best of all at the beach.


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