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Monitor Archive for July 5, 2002
From furniture store to stage
'Made for you and me' to do what with?
What's on TV
Words that result from confusion
New terrain in policing emissions
New to the editor's chair
Liberal gains slip away in Jordan
Best in the business small business rated by Fortune
Business & Finance
Is baseball riding the rails to ruin?
The etiquette of the cheer
How the Mideast affects local politics
Will Americans pay to turn on the radio?
The aliens are back in 'Black'
Girls: sugary, but no spice
Patriotism becomes nasty campaign issue
World Cup highlights
This is instead of the names in the phone book
For this detective, there's a method to his madness
Listen to the nonviolent poor
Intifada fatigue hits Palestinians
In Midwest, organic farming puts down deeper roots
More teens trade summer jobs for college prep
Mexico questions former leader
Under new lights, it's showtime at the Apollo
African-Americans slowly fill orchestra seats
Reporters on the Job
Young singers take on jazz classics
Where GI Jane Can Serve
Bring Africa out of the margins
The Web speaks many languages
Elusive terrorist group takes a hit finally
Families may like 'Mike'
Human rights inch ahead in Uzbekistan