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For the Week of
February 9-16, 2005

Cover Story: The Heart of the World:
Bay Area surfer takes disaster relief into his own hands in Sumatra.

Forging the Food Chain: A Santa Cruz engineer is rebuilding fisheries and restoring nutrition in Bali.

Nüz: Newly elected Sen. Joe Simitian moves into Bruce McPherson's old office.

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Rev: Big Monster: It's not really a surprise, just a reminder that of course the largest oil company in the world would post huge profits in 2004.

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Hug My Face: Author Christopher Moore gets 'Alien' for Valentine's.

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Odd Is Evens: After 25 years of making music, Minor Threat and Fugazi frontman Ian MacKaye continues to confound expectations.

Making Symphony History: The Santa Cruz Symphony just delivered one of the best concerts in the history of Monterey Bay music--and there's another chance to hear it.

The Rock Show: Modest Mouse; UCSC graduate recital.

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Hard Times: Two new erotic anthologies find edgy sex in America's bad news.

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Grate Expectations: The River Cafe and Cheese Shop brings the true cheese experience to Santa Cruz.


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