For the Week of|
January 29-February 4, 1998
Cover: Blood Sports
Santa Cruz embraces some down and dirty action.
News: Bicycle Built for Two
Up to a half-million dollars' worth of bikes is stolen in the city of Santa Cruz every year--mostly to finance drug habits.
Notes From the Underground: Low costs keep local bands and zines in swift circulation.
Night Howl: Rapid-fire Dragon's Breath Poetry slams into a new year, along with a new slamming granny.
Fighting the Irish Temperment: Theologian Jim Conlon is knocked out by The Boxer.
Buffet the Appetite Slayer: Since there can never be too many sushi bars, it's great to discover such an affordable way to feast Japanese-style at Miyako.
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