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For the Week of
September 29-October 6, 2004

Cover Story: Afghanistan Unplugged:
A Q&A with Santa Cruz expatriate Wali Razaqi, producer and star of 'September Tapes,' one of the top-billed films in this year's Pacific Rim Film Festival.

Nüz: Jewelry thieves thwarted the UNICEF store's effort to help African orphans.

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Rev: Patent No. 6,757,593: If 'anger' is showing, the display shows an 'angry' expression and the speaker outputs an audio message: 'I am angry now.'

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Beat Poetry: If you join one cult this year, make it the cult of Japanese filmmaker Takeshi Kitano.

Skull and Bots: 'Sky Captain' discovers the 'World of Tomorrow' in yesterday serial adventures.

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Psycho Breech Party: The owners of the Catalyst celebrate their one-year anniversary with 'Octoberfirst'--and the long-awaited Devil Makes Three CD-release party.

The Rock Show: The Pixies.

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To TVP or Not to TVP: For vegetarians, especially around the Bay Area, fake meat is the question. Here are the answers.


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