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newspaper cover For the Week of
February 23-March 1, 2000

Cover: Primary 2000
The rundown on local and state races--and all those pesky propositions.


News: Nüz
Lyrics by Canlis supporter suggest DA Ruiz condones child molesting.

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


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Bruce Bratton: Friends of the North Coast, this week's movies, First Night Santa Cruz.

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Classical Champion: Miriam Ellis remembers Gene Lewis, a musical evangelist who influenced a generation of Santa Cruz players.

Public Displays: Reviews of new CDs by Ariel, Boy Kicks Girl and Loadstar.

Notes From the Underground: Skate-punk zine 'Concussion': Reading is funda-mental.

Sights and Sounds: Jurassic 5 gets real atop a booming Palookaville hip-hop lineup loaded with show-stealers.

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Living Up to Its Name: A vegetarian could construct a fine meal at the Ostrich Grill, but that would be beside the point.

A La Carte: Battling chefs at Blacks Beach; students put their best entrees forward at Cabrillo College.

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Senior Surfers: Legendary water men and women see surfing become respectable and manage to stay stoked at 70 and beyond.

A Killer Epic: A ruler's plot turns against him in 'The Emperor and the Assassin.'

Alternative Vision: 'Liberty Heights' and 'Man Is Woman' lead off the Jewish Film Festival.


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