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For the Week of
November 6-12, 2003

Cover Story: Mouth Wide Shut
Low carbs, high carbs, meat, no meat--perhaps the secret to health and happiness is not eating at all.

News: Swing Right
Spencer Hughes, Pat Thurston's replacement on KSRO, is right-wing, loudmouthed, and not particularly local.

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

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Soul Man: Leonard Maltin talks about cogs, farm animals, and 'Modern Times.'

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In Rock They Trust: Y&T beats the odds, reunites for three-night stand.

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Cowboy Cuisine: Geyser Smokehouse appeals to the little buckaroo in all of us.

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In the Zone: In Loading Zone, actors are doin' it for themselves.


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