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newspaper cover For the Week of
February 2-9, 2000

Cover: By the Numbers
Santa Cruz County is banking on an aggressive census count to find and fund the underrepresented.


News: Nüz
Sprout poisoning scare hits local natural food stores.

Goldies 2000: Cast your vote for the best of Santa Cruz.


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Bruce Bratton: The Aloha March 2000; good films; response to Cisco's departure.

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All Cracked Up: Ex-Campers Jonathan Segel, Victor Krummenacher and Greg Lisher join Cracker to relive a Santa Cruz music scene that was.

Notes From the Underground: The artists still known as Herbert bring a bit of Sabbath to a Catalyst Thursday.

Sights and Sounds: Bob Marley's hallowed reggae legacy lives on in Barrett's big band.

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Smart Mouth: Bali beckons travelers with a taste for the exotic.

A La Carte: Start now and forget the regrets on Valentine's Day.

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Operetta Room: Mike Leigh revels in Victorian pleasures in 'Topsy-Turvy.'

Auteur Biography: 'American Movie' focuses on an eccentric small-town filmmaker.

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Zeal for Theater: Aussie and South African players take on tough issues drawn from shocking current events.


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