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  • Conductor criticizes Israeli policy

    Conductor criticizes Israeli policy

    May 14, 2004

    JERUSALEM (AP) – Symphony conductor Daniel Barenboim angered Israeli officials May 9 when he criticized the country’s occupation of the West Bank and Gaza as he accepted a prestigious Israeli award. In his acceptance speech for...

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  • Iowa author tells The Truth in latest book

    Iowa author tells The Truth in latest book

    May 14, 2004

    Book review The Truth By Mike Palecek Writers Publishing Cooperative, 2003, paperback, 234 pp, $16.95. To order call (888) 874-6904 or visit www.essentialbooks.com. Against the backdrop of history, we have the story of a small-town mailman...

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  • Stateside

    Stateside

    May 14, 2004

    Film review Stateside Based on a true story, “Stateside” follows an outlaw rich kid, Mark Deloach (Jonathan Tucker), who lands in the Marine Corps to avoid jail. When on leave, he meets and falls in love...

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  • Every Mothers Son

    Every Mothers Son

    May 14, 2004

    Film reviewEvery Mother’s Son “In the winter of 1994, police killings were on our minds because they were so much a part of our environment in New York City,” directors Kelly Anderson and Tami Gold explained...

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  • International notes

    International notes

    May 14, 2004

    Uzbekistan: U.S. base worries neighbors In fall 2001 Uzbekistan let the Pentagon use a former Soviet airbase at Karshi-Khanabad – K2 for short – the first U.S. deployment in the former USSR. Since then the U.S....

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