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For the Week of
January 21-28, 2004

Cover Story: The Mating Game:
A UCSC professor reveals what the sex lives of lizards can tell us about the survival of the human race.

Nüz: Human rights activist and comedic provocateur Alan Clements feels hopeful about the possibility of regime change and urges us to get off the meditation cushion. Right. Now.

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Wedding Guide 2004: Seize the day--and whatever you do, don't let go.

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One Froggy Day: 'The Triplets of Belleville' is an animated nonesuch in the mold of Jacques Tati.

Dead Girl Walking: The selling of a serial killer: Charlize Theron dresses down to play Aileen Wournos.

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The Rock Show: The Devil Makes Three; John Whooley.

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Yogi Bare: UCSC alum Elizabeth Kadetsky exposes the highs and lows of her intense relationship with the art of yoga.

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Filling the Void: The new Kianti's has arrived to fill downtown's pizza and pasta-bar needs. Manga!

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Scene and Unseen: This year's Eight Tens @ Eight are linked by an unspoken theme.


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