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Monitor Archive for August 19, 2005
Into It: Michael Flatley
Palestinians welcome pullout warily
Youth gather for 'Catholic Woodstock'
Churches seeking marketing-savvy breed of pastor
Nothing succeeds (with black readers) like success
Local discontent with 'No Child Left Behind' grows
A good deed in Gush Katif
Moviegoers get into the swim of things
Democrats struggle to find chinks in Roberts's armor
What if the US had to write a constitution from scratch?
Lamenting the loss of the traditional American Sunday
Moving ahead fearlessly
Half the seeds, but still too many veggies
Business & Finance
The morning Mom planned to sleep in
Is China Japan all over again?
Pullout opponents make last stand in synagogues
Boise is hot - and cool
Coaches in motion as season lines up
India bypasses the wires to bring Wi-Fi to its remote residents
For security's sake, old rift with New Zealand overlooked by US
'Valiant' effort never takes flight
Follow-up on a story: Fund for Malawi Girls
American Life in Poetry
Tubegazing: 'Inside 9/11'
Call the Nissan Quest 'Revenge of the Minivan,' part deux.
Cooking out, eating in
Kick the Internet into high speed
Where art curators go when they're off the clock
On an elephant's back, I said yes
Take this 'Red Eye,' but buckle up