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For the Week of
March 24-31, 2004

Cover Story: Inside the Dean Machine:
Chicago-based labor queen Amy Dean defends her valley influence machine against allegations of financial misdeeds and abuse of power.

News: Thrown to the Lions
A bigoted email prompts the question: Is the Jesuit administration at SCU doing enough to protect gay students?

The Fly: This week's political bites.

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Biter: When you can't pronounce the ingredients of a meal, does that mean there are no calories?

Techsploits: A school district bans Google.

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Focus Factors: Artists Jim Campbell and Misch Kohn call for close regard.

Mystic Pages: The Rosicrucian Museum hosts a new show of rare of esoteric volumes.

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Tehran's Naked City: In 'Crimson Gold,' director Jafar Panahi adds a sense of moral pain to American film noir theme.

Little Criminals: The Irish import 'Intermission' is crusty yet mushy.

Anti-Sopranos: Ben Affleck and Liv Tyler tidy up the suburbs in Kevin Smith's 'Jersey Girl.'

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Monster Clubbing: The Groovie Ghoulies rock & roll in the belly of the beasts.

Aural Fixation: Bubblegum-punk trio Here Kitty Kitty unleashes sophomore album.

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Green History: There's more to Ireland than St. Patrick's Day, according to Tim Pat Coogan's new history.

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Keep on Moroccan: Pull up a cushion at Menara Moroccan Restaurant and feast on tradition.

Club Life: Touchdown Tommy's in San Jose.

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Crossing To Bear: Teatro Visión's 'Boxcar' tracks the plight of border crossers.

Nod to Blixen: Choreographer Flemming Flindt opens Isak Dinesen's Pandora's box for Ballet SJ Silicon Valley's 'Out of Africa.'


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