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Winter Music Guide 2003

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For the Week of
March 31-April 6, 2004

Cover Story: Politics As Unusual:
Snoozing with the Democrats, partying with the Young Republicans.

News: Toxic Overload
Two construction workers say they were exposed to hazardous materials while building the downtown library.

The Fly: This week's political bites.

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Biter: Waiting for tickets to the trial of the century.

Notes From the Underbelly: Seeking mavericks.

Techsploits: Planning to be dead.

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Father's Day: Two boys struggle to understand their father's 'Return' in a brilliant new film from Russia.

Golden Goal: Whatever your threshold of silliness, 'Shaolin Soccer' will test it.

Tiny Alice: Shirley Henderson stars in a Glasgow love triangle with two brothers in 'Wilbur Wants to Kill Himself.'

Zen Coens: The Coen brothers make peace with the 1955 classic caper comedy 'The Ladykillers.'

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Shock to The System: Henry Rollins goes news-junkie-ninja on Bush and Co. for his 'Shock and Awe My Ass' tour.

Aural Fixation: Tesla played new songs to Bone listeners at Paramount's Great America.

Villa Montalvo: After a 2003 season that relied on old familiar, Montalvo bounces back with a lineup that shakes out the sheets.

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Abundant Dim Sum: On the carts at Kowloon, delicacies roll by. All you have to do is point.

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The Tax Man Cometh: Josh Kornbluth wrestles with debt and his Commie dad in newest one-man show, 'Love & Taxes.'

Prince of Poems: The South Bay Guitar Society sets the poetry of Juan Ramón Jiménez to music in 'Platero y Yo.'

Leading 'League': San Jose Rep scores with two-coach Little League drama 'Rounding Third.'

Into Isak: The ballet explored the inner life of writer Isak Dinesen in Flemming Flindt's 'Out of Africa.'


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