Pittsburgh City Paper | Issue Archives | Aug 21, 2003

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Aug 21-27, 2003

Vol. 19, No. 34


  • Repair and Contrast

    South Africa's apartheid aftermath doesn't bode well for U.S. slavery reparations movement

    By Brentin Mock

  • A Point There

    A first stab at a Point State Park revision

    By Marty Levine

  • So Many Anti-Murphy Protests, So Much Time

    Now it's the children's turn

    By Marty Levine

  • Too Much

    The Indy Media Center doth protest -- about protest coverage

    By Chris Potter

  • Warholas at Work

    Andy Warhol's Factory died with the artist decades ago. But the Factory Spirit ~ for making Art and peddling junk ~ persists among his family today.

    By Julie Mickens

  • Class Remiss

    Educators and watchdogs shout about sliding school performance

    By Brentin Mock

  • Rage Against the Mean

    Rock Against Racism teams up with Penn Avenue artists

    By Justin Hopper



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