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Cover For the Week of
September 18-25, 2002

Cover: Too Close To Home
Breaking down the whys and wherefores behind the Bay Area's breast cancer rates is a fearsome feat--and this time it's personal.

We Are the Dead: How one MSC staffer coped and failed to cope with her brother's death from cancer.

Kidrageous Carnival: Event recognizes Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.


News: Nüz
Service Employees International Union workers go on strike after negotiations with the county break down.


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Bruce Bratton: Pisces Moon Productions puts on solid plays; The Living Tarot performance troupe returns to Santa Cruz.

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Film Threat: Robin Williams comes back from the dreck as a portrait of arrested development in 'One Hour Photo.'

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Dial M for Monster: Jon Spencer faces the beast within on the Blues Explosion's 'Plastic Fang.'

The Rock Show: Who Dropped the Biznomb?

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Nothing's Shocking: Chuck Palahniuk flirts with nihilism and mainstream success as he continues his all-out assault on banality with 'Lullaby.'

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Field of Dreams: Apple orchards, organic growers, regional chefs and handmade food-- it's harvest time by the sea.


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