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For the Week of
June 23-29, 2004

Cover Story: Dude, Where's My President?:
Michael Moore aims his camera at Bush and company in 'Fahrenheit 9/11.'

News: Invisible Men
Once a footnote to electoral history, Muslims are growing politically in America but in what direction.

The Fly: This week's political bites.

Junior's High Times: Why more kids smoke marijuana than cigarettes.

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Biter: Biter loves hippies.

Techsploits: The history of the Pledge of Allegiance is one of creeping conservatism.

Rev: Customers are more likely to pay attention if you get permission to interact with them: a free sample, a contest, a survey or, yes, a milk carton to assemble.

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Bite Marks: The new 'Legacy Collection' of classic 'Dracula' films proves that old monsters never die, they just go to DVD.

Eye of the Tiber: 'Facing Windows': Roman setting, roaming plot.

Quicksand: Nicholas Sparks strikes again: 'The Notebook' is '50 First Dates' for the geriatric set.

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Who Are You?: Photographers, poster artists and a collector clash over copyright law.

Aural Fixation: Jewel gave a warm performance on a cold night at the Mountain Winery.

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We'll Always Have Paris: Alistair Horne explains why we love the city of lights in 'The Seven Ages of Paris.'

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Zucca Keeper: Big flavors and intimate atmosphere turn the focus on Zucca.

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No Walk in The Park: Dense 'Arcadia' at TheatreWorks tackles thorny subjects in two eras.

Celebrating Chopin: Dance and romance dominate Margaret Wingrove Dance Company program.


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