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newspaper cover For the Week of
January 10-17, 2001

Cover: Velvet Underground
Santa Cruz's most erudite fungiphiles expound on the pleasures and perils of wild mushrooms.


News: Nüz
Silicon Beach conference tries to divine dotcom future; What are those pickets doing at Barry Swenson anyway?


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Bruce Bratton: Lockheed rumor partially true; this week's movies; AAA Video Express bites the dust.

Work: Say the M-word, and you'll be free.

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Soaring Stravinsky: The Santa Cruz Symphony did right by 'Pulcinella' at acoustically friendly Mello Center over the weekend.

Sights & Sounds: The Pharcyde carves out a bit of hip-hop heaven at local show.

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Lunchtime Los Gatos: Cafe Trio, a tiny pioneer of California cuisine on the east side of Los Gatos, continues to beckon diners over the hill.

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Scorpion Logic: The sting of complexity takes Stephen Soderbergh's new film, 'Traffic,' beyond the platitudes of the war on drugs.

October Game: 'Thirteen Days' is a dull and duplicitous account of the Cuban missile crisis.

Southern Odyssey: The Coen brothers remake a Greek epic as a 1930s comedy journey in 'O Brother, Where Art Thou?'

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Weekly World Web: Surf the net in the slang of your choice.


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