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newspaper cover For the Week of
March 15-22, 2000

Cover: Sins of the Past
More than a century ago, Santa Cruz authorities came down hard on two Santa Cruz Indians accused of arson--an excerpt from Geoffrey Dunn's 'Santa Cruz Is in the Heart: Volume II.'


News: Nüz
PETA says beer on your Wheaties is the true breakfast of champions.


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Bruce Bratton: The Dance Gallery, this week's movies, Santa Cruz Biotech goats.

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Life After Postmodernism: Neil Welliver's landscapes--now on display at the Cabrillo Gallery--reveal a quintessentially Eastern and hence distant world that will appear alien to audiences weaned on redwoods and manzanita.

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Personal and Political: New Music Works' Night of the Living Composers delivers a sobering requiem for the recently departed and a strong political message.

Papa's Got a Brand-new Album: P-Roach readies for release of 'Infest' with Catalyst show.

Notes From the Underground: A flight of Teletubbies draws Matt Koumaras to Verstehen's powerhouse show at Callahan's.

Sights & Sounds: The sideshow was the show at Estradasphere's latest extravaganza.

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Currying Flavor: Real Thai Kitchen does southern Thai curries simply and well.

A La Carte: The po-boys at the Rush-Inn are tasty and a lot cheaper than a plane ticket to New Orleans.

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Looks Can Kill: Be careful what you watch for in Alfred Hitchcock's 'Rear Window.'

Pupil Wrangler: In Zhang Yimou's 'Not One Less,' the country is not like a garden.


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