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newspaper cover For the Week of
March 7-14, 2001

Cover: Prince of Paddlers
When the 2001 World Surf Kayaking Championships commence at Steamer Lane next week, world champ Dave Johnston will be ready.


News: Nüz
Temp workers get a union; Tierra y Libertad marches with the Zapatistas; teenage girls have their day.


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Bruce Bratton: Rural Bonny Doon Association board elections; local activist Margaret Cheap dies; world music comes to Santa Cruz.

Work: Seven ways of looking at Doctor Who.

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Making Rhyme: Critically acclaimed rapper MC Talib Kweli brings poetry and politics to hip-hop.

Living Music: New Music Works concentrated--with one exception--on the work of the undead for its Night of the Living Composers concert last week.

Sights & Sounds: NOFX stays young by not taking its role as skate-punk legend too seriously.

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In the Running: Novelist Jane Smiley takes time out from a book tour to talk about some of her favorite equine friends.

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Dim and Dimmer: Modern restaurants turn off diners by turning the lights way down low.

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Red Menace: Russian criminals, zonked on tabloid TV, attack America in '15 Minutes.'

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Weekly World Web: Snopes.com analyzes those pesky urban legends so you don't have to.


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