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For the Week of
March 27-April 2, 2003

Cover Story: Post Trauma
The mother of all flame wars is now in the courts. And the outcome of this petty, messy little squabble over posted messages could determine what you can or cannot say on the Internet.


News:Middle Grounded
Will the latest wave of protesters get Middle America to board the peace train?

Public Eye: Warp and Peace.

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Biter: What Would 'WWN' Do?

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Franciscophiles: The San Francisco Film Festival announces this year's schedule, which will include a slew of new movies from French filmmakers like Patrice Leconte and Catherine Breillat.

Crazy Love: Romance in the occupied territories is the stuff of wry satire in Elia Suleiman's 'Divine Intervention.'

Nosebleed: 'Spun' is cranked up but blanked out.

Dire Straits: The lower the caste, the harder the pursuit of justice in Indian drama 'Sandstorm.'

Cavity Search: Terranauts head for 'The Core'--find neither Pellucidar nor dinos.

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Poison Pen: The Black Heart Procession flirts with murder mystery on its latest album, 'amore del tropico.'

Aural Fixation: (hed)P.E. returns to Northern Cali to hit the Fillmore with songs from its newly released album, 'Blackout.'

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Richer Gear: Author Brad Stone chronicles the big egos and big money behind the rise of robot combat.

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The Really, Really Good Life: Already a legend, Emile's just got better--and the reason is the vibrant presence of a gifted new chef.

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Cracking the Egg: San Jose Repertory Theatre explores the fragile shell of civilization in its West Coast premiere of Eric Bogosian's 'Humpty Dumpty.'

Prop Music: The history of the world unfolds in song in 'The Big Bang.'

Shore Patrol: At San Jose Stage, Pauly's dad, Sammy, proves that he's the real comedian in the family.


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