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newspaper cover For the Week of
January 17-24, 2001

Cover: Winged Victory?
A proposed parking lot divides a growing church and butterfly-boosting neighbors on the West Side.


News: Nüz
Agricultural interests in Santa Cruz County rally the troops against an invasion of the glassy-winged sharpshooter.


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Bruce Bratton: The Girl Scouts need a new product; Video Video buys AAA Video titles; educational workshop trains citizens.

Work: A crazed software engineer creates the final killer app.

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State of Art: An exhibit at MAH shows why the early 20th century was an artistic boom-time for California painters.

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String Theory: An eight-string guitar is only one of the things that are unique about Jack West and Curvature.

Sights & Sounds: After a few changes in the lineup, Wishcraft is casting good spells.

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Masterpiece Theater: It didn't take long for Convivio Trattoria to become one of the top dining rooms in Santa Cruz County.

Word of Mouth: The newest kid on the West Side, Almar Grill, is serving up a Mediterranean-inspired menu.

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Sweet Dreams Are Made of This: Food has replaced sex as the repression-busting vice of choice in movies like 'Chocolat.'

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Weekly World Web: Bearded and pregnant, that's the way we like 'em.

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Moving Company: UCSC brings San Francisco's ODC to town for a weekend of dance challenges.


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