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newspaper cover For the Week of
February 16-23, 2000

Cover: Whimsical and Musical
The Santa Cruz Baroque Festival exposes early music.


News: Wage Gauging
The next big political battle in Santa Cruz may be fought over a so-called 'living wage' law.

Nüz: Planned KNTV NewsChannel 11 switch screws Santa Cruz viewers.

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


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Bruce Bratton: SCAN endorsement meeting, this week's movies.

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Bag of Tricky: With some help from Tricky, the Baby Namboos infuse trip-hop with new possibilities.

American Kaleidoscope: The San Francisco Chamber Singers counted on 'Four Saints in Three Acts' and other 20th-century moderns for weekend concert.

Notes From the Underground: Local indie-pop heroes take the Catalyst big time, and Gabriel Ratchets comes out a winner in the demo derby.

Sights and Sounds: Local heroes Camper Van Beethoven reunite for a lackluster Catalyst show.

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Cruising Through Cafe Cruz: From organic greens to seafood and goat cheese, local ingredients fill the menu at Cafe Cruz.

A La Carte: Hearty and no-nonsense, Watsonville's Beach Street caters to diners who appreciate the basics.

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Horse Play: The past catches up with three friends in Matthew Warchus' 'Simpatico.'

God's Gumshoe: Ed Harris tracks a saint in Agnieszka Holland's 'The Third Miracle.'


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