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For the Week of
May 26-June 1, 2004

Cover Story: Datapocalypse:
Google's Gmail service is just the beginning of a new information surveillance regime.

News: Bad Medicine
Seniors turn to Canada as new Medicare bill fails to deliver.

Stats of the Union: Just a few numbers to give pause.

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Rev: Crude oil prices have soared past the $40 a barrel mark—the highest they've been in 14 years.

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

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Original Sinners: Former 'kid Christians' discuss the inspired new teen comedy 'Saved!'

Dungeon: In 'Carandiru,' Hector Babenco goes behind the walls of Brazil's notorious prison.

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Wolf at the Door: Los Lobos stage a strong return to form.

String Theory: Fleck and Meyer are two of a kind.

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Son and Heir: Author Marc Spitz is human and needs to be loved.

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Half-Shell Hero: Charles Diegel is Napa's barbecued-oyster king.

Swirl 'n' Spit: Korbel Champagne Cellars.

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Play's the Thing: To director James Dunn, theater is forever.


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