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For the Week of
August 24-31, 2005

Cover Story: Brezsny Comes Home:
Back in the cemetary where he met the love of his life, America's favorite Free Will Astrologer digs deep into the realm of the psyche.

Senior Correspondent: A conversation with Bob Edwards about public radio, private enterprise and the future of broadcast journalism.

Nüz: Metro Santa Cruz Endorses Measure X ; For the Turnstiles; First in Print Media Division.

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Rev: Novella Sells Out: Though the couple opted to sleep on the wind-swept beach instead of inside the vehicle, they certainly could have stretched out in the Highlander.

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Children of the Revolution: A trio of young Germans won't get fooled again in 'The Edukators.'

Very Grim Indeed: Terry Gilliam stoops to 'Van Helsing' depths in sodden fantasy 'The Brothers Grimm.'

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A Different Kind of Golem: Daniel Hoffman and Davka give sound to a classic silent film depicting an ancient Jewish legend.

The Rock Show: Albino; Les Claypool; Rick Walker; Dick Dale.

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Logic of the Bizarre: Aimee Bender's stories in 'Willful Creatures' take logical detours through bizarre landscapes.

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Turn on the Red Light: Red's décor may be monochromatic, but its menu has a full-spectrum of enticing options.


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