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For the Week of
August 21-27, 2003

Cover Story: The World According to Garb
From Civil War reenactors and Great Gatsby days to Western shootouts and Renaissance festivals, the boundaries between 'living history' and playing dress-up blur.


News: Swung for a Lupo
VW's most fuel-efficient car isn't available in the U.S.

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Dropping Anchor: Quicksilver Mine Co. makes the move to Forestville.

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

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'S.W.A.T.' Teem: Crime writer David Corbett takes on the Cowboy Cop, the Slimy Supervisor and other annoying police movie clichés.

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Accordion Manifesto!: The time has come to talk tough about the accordion revolution.

Political Science: Randy Newman on power, politics, and Gary Coleman.

Family Values: Shana Morrison comes into her own.

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Beating the Roadhouse Blues: Before wine country, there was Washoe House.

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On Prospera's Island: Napa Valley Shakespeare Festival's 'The Tempest' brings womanly energy to the storm.


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