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September 3-9, 1998

Cover: Virgin Sacrifice
Touted as the greatest piece of environmental law in decades, the Headwaters deal gives away the forest to save the trees.


News: Collision Course
Sears Point expansion foes clash with county officials.

The Scoop: A lie about a tie signals only stupidity.

The Party's Over: Open Space District gets called on the carpet.

Climbing Up on Capitol Hill: Check up on the your Congressional Representatives and U.S. Senators--where they stand, how they voted.


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Suddenly Summer: Our guide to all of the season's hottest events.

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Hart Beat: Ex-Dead drummer Mickey Hart has a brand-new bag.

Audiofile: Reviews of the latest CDs by The Corrs, Vinyl Devotion, Saint Etienne and Stuart Davis.

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Talking Pictures: Business consultants M. K. Key and Terrence Deal discuss the horrors of corporate culture.

Temp Terror: New film Clockwatchers takes bleak look at modern office world.

Class Struggle: Director Tamara Jenkins captures '70s perversity in Slums of Beverly Hills.

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Hot Plate: Hangin' with Applewood chef David Frakes.

Frakes' Recipe: Pan-seared scallops with mango confit, arugula, and lime-caper butter.

Heard It Through the Grapevine: Get to the root of all things wine.

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Southern Man: The Civil War epic Cold Mountain arrives in paperback.

Pop Culture: The Unexpected Salami delivers hilarious tale of rock-'n'-roll romance.

Childhood's End: Cartoonist Phoebe Gloeckner recounts her hellish life as a child.

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So Real They're Virtual: Celebrities can live on in ads ad infinitum thanks to the latest digital technology.


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