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For the Week of
July 24-30

Cover: Malti-Lingual
Mass-market beer purveyors have been masterful at selling to Latinos. Now they're trying to do the same with malt liquor, using the tactics that marketed the high-alcohol brew to the African-American community.


News: Net Losses
A Sunnyvale company raises the stakes in Internet gambling with the only online gambling operation currently operating on U.S. cybersoil.

Ice Dream Man: Popsicle vendor gets on the stick in his quest for a piece of the American economic pie.

Public Eye: This Old Office.

Polis Report: Crosswalk from hell.


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Double Vision: Ten features and documentaries about the Jewish experience to be screened July 27 to 31 in Palo Alto.

Torn by Duty: A troubled teenager must steer between loyalty and morality in La Promesse.

Hollywood Vine: Cheryl Dunye goes in search of stereotypes in The Watermelon Woman.

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Cirque's Up: Surrealism, existential angst, Sartre on a tightrope? It's not the circus, it's Cirque du Soleil.

Funny Boys: What is Asian American comedy anyway? The 18 Mighty Mountain Warriors think they have the answer.

As Nature Likes It: The elements add an inspired touch to Shakespeare Santa Cruz's As You Like It.

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Kazoo's Ship Comes In: A Japantown restaurant sails its sushi boats into Campbell.

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Passionate Tolerance: William James' democratic temperament offers a link between the life of the mind and the real world.

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Echoes of Rock's Past: The doom and gloom of Echo and the Bunnymen can be heard in Radiohead.

Beat Street: Picking up speed with Slow Gherkin.


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