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For the Week of
March 9-16, 2005

Cover Story: Coast Rumble: Mike Rotkin vs. Ed Porter:
Rotkin's right-hand punches counter Porter's left hooks in the battle of the Coast Hotel.

Waking Hours: Santa Cruz Film Festival director Jane Sullivan knows what it means to be a woman in business.

Nüz: Rumble on the Street; Hanoi Jane; Public Displays of Immorality; Planning Made Sexy.

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Rev: Vespalicious.

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War of the Mothers: Dan Harris' 'Imaginary Heroes' wrestle with love and death in Glen Ridge, N.J.

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All You Need Is Love: The Banana Slug String Band celebrates 20 years of songs about bugs, slugs and other critters at the Rio Theatre.

Better Than the Grammys: The Sixth Annual Calabash Awards showcase hits the Cruz this weekend.

Unfinished Optimism: The Monterey Symphony is back in the saddle with Max Bragado-Darman's insights.

The Rock Show: New Music Works; Bat Makumba.

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Kitchen Throne Rooms: Or as Benjamin Franklin once said, 'Hunger is the Best Pickle.'


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