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Summer Music Guide 2004

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For the Week of
August 4-10, 2004

Cover Story: Messing in Moscow:
How a valley boy's runaway prank hornswoggled the Russian media and a dumb-ass Texas congressman.

News: Showstopper
Fairgrounds venue confronts court battles over whether the county followed the law.

The Fly: This week's political bites.

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Biter: Why is Ann Coulter so angry? Maybe it's because she's hungry.

Techsploits: Imagine a world without political parody.

Rev: Suzie Baxman talks about her experiences as a lady truck driver.

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Red Scare: 'The Manchurian Candidate' and 'The Village' offer a double bill of good ol' American paranoia.

Blair Shark Project: Sharks circle a squabbling, alienated couple in 'Open Water'—who ya gonna root for?

Medical Magnets: Provincial Canadians will stop at nothing to get good health care in 'Seducing Dr. Lewis.'

After Life: The Vietnamese-American ghost story 'Spirits' outscares 'The Village.'

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Wright Stuff: Hotlanta vocalist Lizz Wright warms up the San Jose Jazz Festival.

Beats for Peace: Is Ozomatli the most dangerous band in America or just a bunch of beat-crazy dreamers?

Aural Fixation: The San Jose rock band Divided debuted all-new songs at the Blank Club last Friday.

Bach to Back: The real passion at this year's Carmel Bach Festival came from the works of Haydn and Beethoven.

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Seasons In the Zen: Kaygetsu's take on Japanese cuisine presents food as edible art.

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Saving Graces: Relationships and ghost stories make museum relics come alive in 'Conserving Melissa.'

Turn of the 'Shrew': Danny Scheie returns with Fletcher's Shakespeare-twisting 'The Tamer Tamed.'


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