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News, Feature Worlds Apart

Worlds Apart

The U.S. Customs officer eyed Sang's well-traveled South Korean passport. "What is your purpose in the United States?" she asked. Sang said he was "on holiday" and would be going back to Korea in two weeks, yet agents still pulled…
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Calendar, Night&Day One From the Vaults

One From the Vaults

Forbidden Zone is the lost Monet of cult films. Originally released in 1980 by screwy auteur Richard Elfman, the has-to-be-experienced-to-be-believed plot concerns a family who happen into a portal in their basement and become trapped in a surreal Sixth Dimension…
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Culture, Stuff <i>Law</i> & Disorder

Law & Disorder

Rene Balcer, like you and everyone you know, can't stop talking about what we now refer to simply as The Attack. We may resume our lives, fall back into our routine until it again feels mundane and comforting, but sooner…
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Sic: Unretouched Tributes From Sammy Hagar's Fans I just read your resent Hagar article ("The Red Menace," May 26). Boy! Your writer sure thinks a lot of Sammy! Not! I read it with an open mind and I just don't…
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Boob Tube

Info: Boob Tube No one's watching CNET's high-tech television shows, and for good reason By Jack Boulware Sleek yet casual in a sport coat and slacks, Ron Reagan Jr. stands on a riser in a chilly television studio. It is…
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