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For the Week of
February 26-March 5, 2003

Cover: Happy Camper
How Santa Cruz's most famous band got back to where they once belonged.

Nüz: Santa Cruz residents object to a cell phone tower disguised as a tree.

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Bruce Bratton: The Boardwalk ought to consider a $1 tax.

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Pox Americana: Phillip Noyce's 'The Quiet American' traces the roots of America's role in Vietnam through a closely watched love triangle.

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The Tortoise and the Heir: Local ambient duo run_return won't let a simple case of poison oak stop them from opening for their musical heroes.

Three Faces of Diva: Aimee Page, Nancy LeVan and Pipa Piñon, a.k.a. 3 Divas, bring the Rio into vocal harmony.

The Rock Show: Willie Nelson.

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Down on The Farm: Part country bakery, part crafts bazaar, The Farm is all heaven for followers of the very freshest flavors.


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