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For the Week of
June 2-8, 2004

Cover Story: Cool Pushers:
Harmon Leon looks into undercover marketing and discovers that the cute girl on the bar stool next to you may be selling more than a pickup line.

News: Bucking Old Age
Research at Novato's Buck Institute may lead to anti-aging pill.

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Rev: It's crazy to waste our dwindling, nonrenewable resources on stupid things like dashboards and door panels.

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

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Payback Time: A new cycle of revenge fantasies fuels American audiences' desires to lash out at somebody.

Y Tu Wizard Tambien: Director Alfonso Cuarón breathes new life into the Harry Potter series with a darker, more coherent third entry.

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Billie's Bounce: Jazz great Charles Lloyd pays tribute to a friend.

Why I Didn't Talk to J: A faraway love song to J Mascis.

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Baker's Dozen: Carbo-loading around the North Bay's sweetest spots.

Swirl 'n' Spit: Field Stone Winery.

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Comedy of Errors: Petaluma's Cinnabar Theater presents John O'Keefe's world premiere, 'Queer Theory.'


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