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For the Week of
April 24-30, 2003

Cover Story: Pure Style
A guide to summer chic.


News: Airwaves, Shock Waves
How media conglomerates, lax federal oversight and Colin Powell's son keep politically dissenting messages off the airwaves and away from an unaware public.

Public Eye: Endorsing Is Overrated; Inspecting War Gadgets; Cash Flash.

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Biter: Biter doesn't get 'Lucky' at Macy's Valley Fair.

Techsploits: Cleaning Up PayPal.

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Helsinki's Half Acre: 'The Man Without a Past' offers a natural nostalgia without wallowing.

Grandma's Boy: 'Raising Victor Vargas' cruises the streets of the Lower East Side with unfaked charm.

Grindhouse Party: Rob Zombie's 'House of 1000 Corpses' takes horror back to a bygone era of exploitation.

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Rearranging the SoFA: Swanky renovations in downtown's venerable nightclub district stand to reinvent the area known as SoFA. But this time, it's closer to Italian leather than to scratchy plaid.

Poetic Justice: Slam trophies and Russell Simmons don't define poet and musician Ursula Rucker.

Aural Fixation: Headliner of the Music as a Weapon tour, heavy metal band Disturbed was crowned king for a night in San Jose.

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Keeping Stride: Saratoga's Plumed Horse is a venerable institution. If you haven't been there, it's time to head for the hills.


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