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Wisconsin readers reach $3,500 goal

With a $170 donation from longtime People’s Weekly World/Nuestro Mundo supporter John Gilman last week, Wisconsin World/Mundo readers reached their goal of raising $3,500 for the newspaper’s 2003 Fund Drive.

Neil Youngs Greendale fights corporate greed

Music review Greendale, the new CD from Neil Young, definitely continues the mystery and awe from his devotees and critics, and is clearly a new direction for Young.

Warren Zevon left something wonderful

Music review I knew Warren Zevon was dying of lung cancer when I started this review last month. Still, I put off finishing it. Somehow I thought he would live forever. I was wrong. He died Sept. 7 at 56.

Artists and fans are taking their music back

In April 2003, the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) announced an unprecedented lawsuit against four college students for a combined amount of $98.7 billion. Their crime? Hosting a search engine on their dorm room computers.

Victory at Yale, Hospital next

NEW HAVEN – Even as jubilant members of Locals 34 and 35 at Yale University cheered, sang, and celebrated the best contracts in their history, they vowed to keep up the fight in support of their sisters and brothers in the dietary department of Yale New Haven Hospital.

Small changes, big benefits

Over the next few months, you may notice some changes taking place on the front page of the People’s Weekly World. They might not seem like much, but they’re helping us improve our circulation.

Soldiers dad to Bush: Stop playing with lives

WASHINGTON – Larry Syverson, father of two combat soldiers deployed in Iraq, told a National Press Club news conference Sept. 24 that George W. Bush is “playing with my sons’ lives” to secure control of Iraqi oil.

Who owns history?

Book review Who Owns History: Rethinking the Past in a Changing World, by Eric Foner, Hill and Wang, 2003, 233 pp., Paperback, $13.00

The Vanquished: A Puerto Rican novel The Vanquished: A Puerto Rican novel

Book review The Vanquished, by César Andreu Iglesias, University of North Carolina Press, 2002, 232 pp., Paperback, $19.95

World offers food for thought and waffles, too

Marc Brodine grated apples, chopped walnuts and fried bacon for his famous waffle breakfast. And for the more healthy-minded, he had whole-wheat waffles with sesame and sunflower seeds.

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