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Cover: The Ties That Bind
Bondage Skate Park is in high demand--and it's 100 percent illegal.
News: At Your Service
A new breed of environmentally and socially responsible post-grad students are pursuing low-paying careers in public service.
The Scoop: Politics, profits, and parasites.
Talking Pictures: Avid hunter and nature photographer Hal Lauritzen searches for the soul of Spielberg's Lost World.
Soft Parade: The Eighth Day offers dull-witted message about life.
Nutty Buddies: They've been hailed as Tommy Dorsey-meets-Sid Vicious--the swinging Squirrel Nut Zippers are marching to the beat of a different retro drummer.
The Lion Roars Again: Sinead O'Connor's anger and skills are undimmed on her new release, Gospel Oaks.
Continental Virtues: The joys of Mes Trois Filles.
Emotional Typhoons: Santa Rosa Players' frayed Connections.
Falling Flatley: PBS cozies up to the Celtic metal of Lord of the Dance.
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