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For the Week of
September 15-22, 2004

Cover Story: The Road Back:
Sooner or later, the Sooner State had to mend fences with one of its most famous sons, Woody Guthrie. On the occasion of Guthrie's induction into the state's portrait gallery, a wannabe Oklahoman comes back to see the great state again.

Nüz: Are people who run for Santa Cruz City Council masochists?

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Rev: Think Again: Think leasers in San Francisco staged funerals for their beloved cars... draping American flags, playing 'Taps.'

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The Swank Tank: All yesterday's parties: Evelyn Waugh's 'Vile Bodies' become 'Bright Young Things' in Stephen Fry's successful adaptation.

Taken for Grant: 'Touch of Pink' is a farce of a different color.

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Billy Club: In Santa Cruz and around the country, a new legion of fans are prepared for the Wirtz.

The Rock Show: Taj Mahal.

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Kraut in the Act: An impassioned plea for the new dawn of fermented foods.


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