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newspaper cover For the Week of
February 21-28, 2001

Cover: Academic Jungle
Geoffrey Dunn explores the 'Darkness in El Dorado' controversy that has pitted anthropologist against anthropologist.

Green Thumb: Amy Stewart's 'From the Ground Up' tells the tale of a Santa Cruz garden.

Jockey Position: In 'Yankee Doodle Dandy,' John Dizikes recalls the life and times of respected horse jockey Tod Sloan.

Media Mash: UCSC grad Eesha Williams pens useful guide to doing journalism in the trenches.


News: Nüz
Meals on Wheels celebrates 25 years and 5.5 million dinners.


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Bruce Bratton: Water fluoridation; this week's movies; Girl Scout cookies.

Work: All the alien babies.

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Once in a Blue Moon: Folkabilly crooner Nanci Griffith breaks the country music mold with her original, innovative style.

Sights & Sounds: Sambada has played here before and will again--just not this weekend.

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Sushi Sanctuary: Takara's spiffy new establishment draws wasabi and soy fans.

Word of Mouth: The well-stocked wine bar is only the beginning of the Ristorante Avanti wine experience.

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Flogging the Monkey: Brendon Fraser stars in a half-animated tale of a cartoonist horrified at the big sellout.

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Weekly World Web: Deep in the Internet, remnants of Cold War culture still glow.


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