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newspaper cover For the Week of
February 28-March 7, 2001

Cover: Flamenco Explosion
The passionate art form from the south of Spain has won the hearts and soles of Santa Cruzans.


News: Frankenkosher
A growing movement within the Jewish community fears that genetically engineered food is a threat to their health and their faith.

Nüz: Is that a cell phone antenna on your roof or are you just glad to be in Beach Flats?


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Bruce Bratton: Affordable housing vs. office space; Cuban dance group Ban Rarra comes to the Rio Theatre; the continuing controversy over fluoride and Girl Scout cookies.

Work: All Your Base Are Belong to Us.

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Riveting Art: Nineteen Asian artists display their metal sculpture in a rare exhibition that blends Eastern and Western sensibilities.

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Just Say Mose: Mississippi native and jazz great Mose Allison hasn't forgotten his Southern roots.

Washing Machine: Stephen Prutsman's marine-themed premiere at the Santa Cruz Symphony was all wet.

Sights & Sounds: Jurassic 5 and Ozomatli filled the Catalyst and Palookaville.

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Wharf Speed: Sea Cloud, a lively landmark, adds some Asian dishes to its menu.

Word of Mouth: Chefs, wineries and auctioneers work together to make Gateway School's annual Wine Social and Auction Gala a hit.

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Drip to Bountiful: Ed Harris' 'Pollock' never quite penetrates the impasto of the artist's life.

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Weekly World Web: Laurie Spiegel's intricate website is a marvel of interconnection.


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