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For the Week of
January 22-28, 2004

Cover Story: Framed by Frame:
Errol Morris' new documentary film puts Vietnam-era Defense Secretary Robert McNamara in the hot seat. Geoffrey Dunn pulls up a chair. (Online Exclusive: Read the complete interview between Dunn and Morris.)

News: A '60s Revival
With a fervor borrowed from the Civil Rights era, an earnest group of young Lyndon LaRouche supporters shook up what was otherwise a dull state Democratic convention.

Deadbeat Club: Looking for ways to balance the state budget? Try tapping the cheats who refuse to pay taxes.

The Fly: Schwarzenegger's camp is most likely rejoicing after the abrupt departure of Assemblymember Sally Lieber's anti-Bush district director, Doug Winslow.

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Biter: Biter looks ahead into the future--and chats with the last human worker in America, 94-year-old Wal-Mart greeter William Holcolmb.

Techsploits: Prostitution may be the oldest profession on earth, but the oldest science on earth is no doubt the study of longevity.

Stealth Care: San Jose's lacrosse team returns home for a clash with the Philadelphia Wings.

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Boobs 'n' Bingo: Naked inspiration and 'Calendar Girls.'

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Leo the Lion: Ted Leo and the Pharmacists prescribe punk rock via '60s R&B.

Aural Fixation: Point 3 warms up for the release of its new album.

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Rip Curl: From Japan to San Jose, a surfer boy imports bowls full of warmth.

Cheap Eats: Mission Ale House in San Jose.

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Dreaming Of the Bard: The SITI Company sprinkles modernist dreams on Shakespeare's 'Midsummer Night's Dream' at SJ Rep.


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