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For the Week of
October 23-29, 2003

Cover Story: Bars & Clubs 2003
Ten bars, three counties and a motorcycle.

Pub Defenders: How authentic is the North Bay's newest 'authentic' Irish pub? And, ahem, how authentic would we really want it to be?

News: Drying Up Fast
Experts address the state of oil resources.

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For Better or Worse: Day of the Dead celebration reminds that life's better than the alternative.

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

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Nation in Crisis: 'Tibet: Cry of the Snow Lion' offers a moving portrait of occupied Tibet.

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Sacred Sound: Gyuto choir caps a weeklong Tibetan art series at LBC.

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Kill the Critic: 'Frythescum.com' turns theater reviewing on its ear.


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