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Cast your ballot in the 2003 Goldies Readers Poll.

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For the Week of
February 12-19, 2003

Cover: Just Say Whoa
Right in time for Valentine's, we introduce our first annual No Sex Issue.

Nüz: The battle over Felton's water supply; why Paul Elerick vacated the Santa Cruz County Democratic Central Committee chair.

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Bruce Bratton: The original Karamazov Brothers plan a benefit reunion at the Rio Theatre; more details about last week's Olivard's at the Wharf photo.

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The Last Daddy: A Metro Santa Cruz music critic remembers his four decades with Lou Harrison.

Lone Star State of Mind: Guy Clark returns to Santa Cruz with Lyle Lovett, Joe Ely and John Hiatt in tow.

The Rock Show: Jonathan Richman at Henfling's; the West Memphis 3 benefit.

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The Phil Phenomenon: Seafood guru Phil DiGirolamo just keeps getting it right, as his expanded Moss Landing Fish Market proves.


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