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newspaper cover For the Week of
March 8-15, 2000

Cover: Music of the Spheres
Estradasphere heads for the outer reaches of the avant-garde.


News: Boom on the Bay
A new city and high-tech center loom at Fort Ord site--is Santa Cruz ready for Silicon South?

Nüz: Why did the 'Coast Weekly' fire news editor Mark Worth?


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The Power of Activism: The death of local community activist Doug Rand evokes tributes from readers.

In Memorium: Paying tribute to musical mountain man Bill Colvig.

Bruce Bratton: Downtown Plaza, this week's movies, Bill Colvig and Doug Rand.

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Notes From the Underground: Wyrm on 'Bait' turns out gut-rending rock short on Limp Bizkit jams and long on dementia.

Sights & Sounds: Underground rappers steal the show from a galaxy of pop and hip-hop stars at the Civic for anti-Prop. 21 rally.

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Smart Mouth: Lots to eat for next to nothing. Sounds too good to be true--and it is.

A La Carte: Eating early--morning, that is--at Cafe Sparrow.

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Tibetan Goals: Even Buddhist monks get a kick out of soccer on the telly in 'The Cup.'

Roman Holiday: 'The Ninth Gate' is a spooky sendup for director Roman Polanski.


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