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newspaper cover For the Week of
January 19-26, 2000

Cover: Thumbs' Rush
Fresh from a northern romp, Santa Cruz's Thumbs Down preps for a new EP.


News: Bio Bites
Lawsuit reveals doubts among FDA scientists over safety of biotech foods.

Nüz: Local woman team up for teen spirit.


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Sinking Back to Silicon Valley: Is the high-tech economy here to stay?

[Music]
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Staging Hip-Hop: The residents of hip-hop nation speak through the many characters of Danny Hoch's 'Jails, Hospitals & Hip-Hop.'

In The Mix: Listeners got a full sampling of the styles and intentions of new classical music at New Music Works' 'Breaking Sound Barriers.'

Notes From the Underground: Local gigs, a new Junk Sick Dawn CD, radio contretemps and hot picks.

Sights and Sounds: Radical rappers defy beat-head stereotypes at Palookaville show.

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Mountain Romance: A former tearoom now serves as Chez Elise, a continental dining destination in Scotts Valley.

A La Carte: Sampling the pleasures of refurbished Caffe Lido and Stockton Bridge Grill.

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Gritty Ashes: Alan Parker preserves the anger of Frank McCourt's memoir in 'Angela's Ashes.'

Ride the Whirlwind: Denzel Washington's 'The Hurricane' simplifies a complex boxer's case.


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