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For the Week of
May 18-24, 2005

Cover: Groovin':
The summer guide.
Light-Saber Cats, Remakes and Cheap Thrills: From the nerdgasm of the 'Sith' to a big-screen 'Bewitched,' the summer movie season proves once again that Hollywood doesn't know the meaning of the term 'lowest common denominator.'
Festival Fever: Fun with thousands of our closest friends.

News: Gas Pains
Summer fuel prices a portent of the crisis that's here.

The Byrne Report: Witch Way.

Briefs: Cost of Cool.

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Rev: All Things Motorcycle: Part 2: 'If everyone would remain calm, offer a little more courtesy and kindness, and smile more, then everyone would have a better life.'

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Critic's Picks: A guide to the week's best arts, theater and music events.

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Something, Anything: How Todd and Joe owe it all to Orton and the Beatles.

Shining Stars: A roots-rock band you shouldn't miss.

The Newlyweds: Spazz-rock trio Oneida take a baroque turn.

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Cricket, Anyone?: The next big thing in bold, cold beverages--green tea cola?

Swirl 'n' Spit: Perfectly Pinot.

First Bite: Tuscany Ristorante.

News of the Food: Bounty of the Counties.

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Mountain Man: At this year's Mountain Play, a gritty, down-to-earth 'Oklahoma!' includes the rich family history of musician Doug Adamz.

'Buffalo' Hunt: The Rep gets real with Mamet's tense and funny 'Buffalo.'


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