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For the Week of
July 17-23, 2003

Cover Story: The Pay Team
Advertising reps call it Nostalgia Marketing--but some people call it exploiting childhood memories for commercial purposes. Which fool should we pity?


News: Lies My President Told Me
As officials and journalists try to set the record straight, 10 whoppers the American public--and the world--was told about Iraq.

Public Eye: Chief Concerns.

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Biter: Biter uncovers the true source of the Africa/Iraq uranium misinformation.

Techsploits: The Curry Menace.

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Lit Wit: Mystery-writing English teacher Judy Greber on old books, no-nonsense nannies and 'The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.'

Castle Keeper: After a slow start, British romance 'I Capture the Castle' finally catches fire.

Mix and Match: Accidental encounters lead in surprising directions in lightweight Spanish comedy 'Km. 0.'

Rock & Runt: A bad Australian band deals with personnel squabbles and pregnancy in Alex Proyas' 'Garage Days.'

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Crazy for Chicken: Southern Culture on the Skids comes clean about all that messy poultry chucking.

Aural Fixation: Marilyn Manson and Korn show same ferocity of spirit they did in '95.

Metro's Club of the Week: Temple Bar & Lounge.

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Going Coastal: It's not exactly a cafe or a bistro, but Half Moon Bay's Cetrella Bistro Cafe translates to good food.

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Bat Boy Unleashed: Famed tabloid icon finally gets his own musical exposé at TheatreWorks.

A Roiling Boiling Life of the Blues: San Jose Rep lights up the life of Alberta Hunter in 'Cookin' at the Cookery.'


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