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newspaper cover For the Week of
March 1-8, 2000

Cover: Literary Quarterly
Franchising the Frontier: 'Fast Food: Roadside Restaurants in the Automobile Age' details the nationalization of our cuisine at fast-food joints.

Portraits of The Past: Two image collections resurrect forgotten heroes of the camera.

César In the Round: Poet Susan Samuels Drake celebrates César Chávez as a human being, not a saint, in 'Fields of Courage.'

Ink-Stained Tribute: The Newseum's collection honors crusaders, scoundrels and journalists.


News: Nüz
Santa Cruz activists promise Seattle-style protests at the April 16-17 World Bank and IMF meeting in Washington, D.C.

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


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Bruce Bratton: Downtown control, this week's movies, theater news.

Historical Notes: Curators of new shows about Santa Cruz County's 150-year history talk about telling tales.

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Easy to Love: John Larry Granger led the Santa Cruz County Symphony in a program of romantic favorites last weekend.

Notes From the Underground: Spaceboy and Lost Cause take Moe's, and a band of Communist dictators unleashes a totalitarian sound.

Sights and Sounds: Soba gets a brand-new bassist and a musical makeover; Sin in Space gets... well, spacey.

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Pozole Olé: El Palomar creates magic with hominy and pork.

A La Carte: Noshing at Noah's and meeting with the mushroom man.

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Publish or Perish: Michael Douglas acts his age as a blocked writer in Curtis Hanson's 'Wonder Boys.'

'Smoke' and Mirrors: Jane Campion's 'Holy Smoke' steams up the Outback.

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Try to Remember: OpenStage Repertory's production of 'The Fantasticks' and UCSC's Santa Cruz setting of 'Ah, Wilderness!' both take comic looks at the past.


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