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For the Week of
September 3-10, 2003

Cover Story: Patriot Acting
Terrorism comes to your TV with a new movie about 9/11 that's ready to sell George Bush as superhero.

Nüz: Matriot Acts.

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Sisters Act: Straying girls end up imprisoned by nuns in Peter Mullan's 'The Magdalene Sisters'.

Beau Guests: Claude Lelouch's 'And Now ... Ladies & Gentlemen' delivers yet another man--and yet another woman.

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The Rock Show: The Catalyst; Toots and the Maytals; De La Soul.

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'Diary' of a Prankster: His new novel may be his most traditional yet, but Chuck Palahniuk is still keeping the book world off balance.

Knowledge Is Power: Schoolhouse Rock exposed as Gnostic conspiracy, lit events reviewed.

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Getting Fresh: The farmers market, a weekly fixture of Old World culture, has become part of the inimitable Santa Cruz way of life.


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