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End of summer festival freak-out 

Jazz Fest staying power by Charles L. Latimer
How Barry Harris and Roy Haynes found their niches

More festive listening by W. Kim Heron
With chops, Grammy awards even, if not the biggest names

Tributaries by W. Kim Heron
Jazz Fest looks back to greats, known and less-so

Candlebox vs. Saving Abel by Serene Dominic
What's the big indifference?

Cocked & loaded by Brett Callwood, Jonathan Cunningham & Chris Handyside
Some flash, some boom appearing among the 170 acts at Arts, Beats and Eats

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