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Cover For the Week of
August 15-21, 2002

Cover Story: The Kids Are All Rock
The indie spirit lives at the Stop, Drop and Rock festival.


News: Ming Dynasty
New wave of Asian sports heroes brings out ethnic loyalties.

Public Eye: Democrats bond at New York party.

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Notes From the Underbelly: Holy City--Population 1.

Work: Dark Net.

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Lit Crit Hit: Neil LaBute leaps time in literary romance 'Possession.'

Paper or Plastic? 'The Good Girl' is both as natural as plastic and as thin as paper.

Dime a Decadence: Bernard Rose chides Hollywood in 'ivans xtc.'

Manchester Man: '24 Hour Party People' chronicles--sort of--the rise and fall of Factory Records, home of Joy Division.

Brand X: Middle-aged filmmakers will do anything to slake the thrill thirst of the younger demographic in 'XXX.'

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Don't Look Back: Slow Gherkin's last waltz, and an oral history of this favorite local band.

Cruising J-Town: Japantown Vibe festival celebrates area's history and vitality.

Freedom Rock: Trip-hop chanteuse Beth Orton emerges from her shell on 'Daybreak.'

Aural Fixation: Nadine Condon brings some of the hottest bands in the region together for four days of shows.

All Shook Down: Biographer Steven Davis lets the Rolling Stones' legacy bleed.

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Basic Instincts: While it doesn't break new ground, Casa Lupe does offer a solid take on Mexican traditionals.

Cheap Eats: Life is sweet at Q-Cup.


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