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Summer Music Guide 2004

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InterPersonals: Silicon Valley's matchmaker

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For the Week of
October 20-26, 2004

Cover Story: Bi Now:
Plugging into the not-so-undercover bisexual revolution.

News: Indies Still Rock
As burning and downloading hammer the big retailers, independent record stores hang on thanks to obsessive music fans.

The Fly: This week's political bites.

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Curves Ahead: A new exhibit about roller coasters at the Tech is best experienced on an empty stomach.

Biter: W*rd Up: The Olympics of Scrabble.

Techsploits: Wiretap This!

Rev: Decisions, Decisions: I thought I had slumped off into la la land after hearing 'Wrong war, wrong place, wrong time' for the billionth time.

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London Calling: Despite the odds, Mike Leigh's 'Vera Drake' wars quietly against injustice by doing good.

String Section: Fantastic puppets, timid politics are combined in 'Team America: World Police.'

Actresses on the Verge: István Szabó's 'Being Julia': fasten your seat belts, it's a bumpy ride.

Preacher: 'Woman, Thou Art Loosed' makes the case for spiritual healing.

Reeling World: The United Nations Film Festival screens features from 27 countries.

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Gettin' Grown: Six hearts beat as one in L.A. underground group the Visionaries.

Blinded by Download: The future of music distribution gets pondered in Palo Alto.

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Big Brew: Campbell Brewing Company hops to the front of the brewpub scene.

Live Feed: Think Before You Eat.

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Georgia on Their Minds: Northside Theatre Company steps back in time with 'The Last Night of Ballyhoo.'

Sister's Acts: Notre Dame de Namur University in Belmont stages Sister Helen Prejean's 'Dead Man Walking.'


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