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For the Week of
April 28-May 4, 2004

Cover Story: Style & Skin:
The battle between the new conservatism and fashionable undress is coming to a wardrobe near you.

Wade in the USA: Small local companies like Ujena Swimwear and X-Treme Wear Company tread the choppy waters of indie sportswear and defy globalization by manufacturing locally.

News: Saving Nancy
The plight of an autistic woman to find her home.

The Fly: This week's political bites.

A House Call: The Assembly wants to crack down on services pushing low-cost doctor visits.

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Biter: Free speech's flip side: What to call the call for political transformation.

Techsploits: Annalee Newitz sings jubilantly about spam.

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Studio Studies: Three weeks of Silicon Valley Open Studios reveal the tense coexistence of art and technology.

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Floating World: 'Young Adam' takes a sexy barge holiday with Tilda Swinton and Ewan McGregor.

El Punisher: Denzel Washington goes to Mexico City to give the criminals what for in 'Man on Fire.'

Austen Powers: This updated version of 'Pride and Prejudice' unfolds in Mormon country.

Taking Flight: 'Broken Wings' explores the hard road of an Israeli teen.

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The Return of the Kings: Orchestra Baobab are the undisputed Afropop kings of Senegal.

Aural Fixation: Kid Rock brought some old-time rock & roll to fans at the HP Pavilion.

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On the Bush Beat: Kevin Phillips and Arianna Huffington have their eyes on the president in two new books.

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Fairy Tale Beginning: Los Gatos' Transilvania Restaurant proves to have a real stake in Romanian delicacies.

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Throne for a Loss: Toil and trouble pay off for Renegade Theatre Company's 'Macbeth' at City Lights.


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