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Metro Santa Cruz
June 21-28, 2006

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News

Cover: Summer Guide
Frans Lanting previews his Cabrillo Music Festival collaboration with Philip Glass in our annual guide to summer music, film, theater, festivals and more!

News

Nūz: Santa Cruz News and Politics
UCSC student journalists protest to reinstate their department; Lowell Darling unveils his tomb of the unborn soldier.

News & Views: The Real Hep C Crisis
A mix of high-risk conditions and denial by officials is leaving California prisons ravaged by outbreak.

Columns

Car Culture: Sober but helmetless in Idaho
California may require motorcyclists to wear a helmet but a growing trend requires even more: that riders stay sober.

Movies

Movie Review: 'The Lake House'
Science fiction takes a back seat to sheer, delicate romance in this remake of the Korean film 'Siworae.'

Movie Review: 'The King'
Gael García Bernal's latest disses the Bible Belt.

MORE MOVIE REVIEWS    SANTA CRUZ COUNTY MOVIE TIMES

Music & Clubs

Mūz: Santa Cruz Media, Music and Arts
Musings on media, music and the arts in Santa Cruz and beyond. On the eve of his Santa Cruz appearance, political comedian Will Durst muses on George W. Bush, his morning radio gig and equal-opportunity hatred.

Music and Nightlife Calendar Picks
Our critics pick this week's most interesting gigs: Les Yeux Noirs, Greg Brown, Alison Brown, Neko Case, Brian Auger's Oblivion Express, Fairport Acoustic Conventino, Tiger Army, Diane Cluck and Garrett Pierce, Cornell Campbell.

MORE MUSIC AND NIGHTLIFE    MUSIC AND CLUBS LISTINGS

Restaurants

Dining: In Search of the Perfect Slice
Three area destinations for pie fanatics, plus recipe.

BOOK A RESTAURANT RESERVATION    FIND A RESTAURANT REVIEW

The Arts

Arts Feature: Built to Spill
After a going-through-the-motions album and a solo effort, frontman Doug Martsch regains his neo-classic rock motivation.

The Arts

Letters to the Editor
June 21-28, 2006.




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