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newspaper cover For the Week of
January 31-February 7, 2001

Cover: Seoul Music
New Music Works crosses the East-West musical divide with a concert of Korean premieres.


News: Nüz
How much will the eBay market bear--a local landmark is offered for $6 mil online.


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Bruce Bratton: Committee submits conceptual drawings for Downtown Plaza; A Traveling Jewish Theatre presents the Reading Holocaust Literature symposium; bumper sticker sightings.

Work: My darling, my Darwin.

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Diversity in Action: UCSC Faculty Art Show highlights a wide variety of styles and moods.

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In the Helm of the Senses: There is life after the Band, as Levon Helm proves with his new group, the Barn Burners.

Sights & Sounds: Artists sound off to maximum effect at bass looping festival.

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Wild Wild West: The Golden State stakes out literary territory in 'The Literature of California' with a local editor.

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Wood-Fired Feasting: Azur has opened with flair to the delight of downtown Santa Cruz diners.

Sweet Dreams Are Made of This: Chocolate gets the gourmet treatment from Santa Cruz's master chocolatier Richard Donnelly.

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Cheerless Leaders: 'Sugar & Spice' robs banks and viewers.

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Weekly World Web: No matter how you look at him, the new 'President' bears an uncanny resemblance to a chimp.


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