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Cover For the Week of
August 1-7, 2002

Cover Story: The Brat Facts
Are girls meaner than boys? That depends on what you mean by mean.


News: Looks Could Kill
A family of toxic chemicals used in many cosmetics may go further than skin deep.

Public Eye: A new Camera Cinemas movie theater? Groovy, baby!

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Notes From the Underbelly: Over the Hill.

Work: Women and Men.

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Nature's Mercy: The documentary 'Rivers and Tides' adds permanency to Andy Goldswothy's ever-changing environmental art.

Dicktator: 'Goldmember' is the least and hopefully last of Austin Powers.

The Sweetest Girls: 'Me Without You' is a lovable movie about growing up.

Abusement Park: Steve Soderbergh's 'Full Frontal' chronicles a day in the life of the entertainment industry.

Corn Rows: The 'Signs' are not good for Mel Gibson crop-circle epic.

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Cher-Alike: Javier Ozuma has got you beat, babe, when it comes to Cher collecting.

Plaza Power: Cuban star Albita kicks off a new Latin-music series at the Mexican Heritage Plaza.

Aural Fixation: With super sound and super songs, Krenshaw was in top form last Wednesday.

All Shook Down: The punk-rock power of New York's Television is now but a nostalgic echo.

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Dog Escapes: After 66 years, the fabulous Mark's Hot Dogs is en route to a new location.


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