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Summer Music Guide 2004

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For the Week of
September 8-14, 2004

Cover: Fall Arts 2004:
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A Theater Is Born—Again: The heritage of a grand era in moviegoing lives again at the California Theatre in San Jose.

News: Investigating the Investigation
Are the answers really in here? A Santa Cruz symposium may shed some light.

The Fly: This week's political bites.

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Biter: Seducercized: Bumping and grinding toward the body of your dreams.

Techsploits: There can never be enough bad things to say about the extropians and their late '80s L.A. robot cult philosophy.

Rev: We had discovered that relying on our cars to get around had reproduced a too-familiar world.

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Fall Sleeves: A new show at SJSU recalls the days when album covers were an art form.

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The Swank Tank: All yesterday's parties: Evelyn Waugh's 'Vile Bodies' become 'Bright Young Things' in Stephen Fry's successful adaptation.

Con Aired: Gregory Jacobs' 'Criminal' plots out a tricky score.

Patriotic Gore: 'Taegukgi: The Brotherhood of War' commemorates the dead of the Korean War, and you'll think you saw every one of them fall by the end of the movie.

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Party Up: Does the triumphant return of Prince say more about him or his audience?

Author, Author!: One Ring Zero prove the claviola can be mightier than the pen.

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'Cue It Up: At Uncle Frank's House of Barbeque, meat is the reason.

Live Feed: So Long, Sloppy Joe.


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