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August 18, 2002

Kiss of the swamp angel
Mosquitoes are determined to skewer Roy Wood. But he survives by knowing his enemy. Story

A new port in the storm
Harvard professor Cornel West heads for Princeton after a year of turmoil.

The character of survival
The preliminary police report listed Lilly dead upon impact.

Sunday Arts

photoA real stretch
Two Pinellas County teens have accomplished something that might not have been done before: making the New York City Ballet from the same dance school and at the same time.

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A printmaker's haven
"Summer Press at Vinalhaven" testifies to creative summers and giant talents on a tiny island off Maine's coast.

Tickets go on sale for family theater series
Ruth Eckerd Hall's St. Petersburg Times Family Theater Series for 2002-03 features classic children's stories such as The Snow Queen and The Little Engine That Could, as well as new favorites, including Franklin, star of the Nickelodeon TV series.

A season of cultural potpourri
Tarpon Springs performing arts series goes for breadth and depth instead of the merely commericial.

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