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For the Week of
March 16-23, 2005

Cover Story: Do Protests Work?:
Two years after the Iraq war began, protesters are still marching, without apparent effect.

Collision Course: Surfing, river kayaking and surf kayaking come together at Steamer Lane for the 19th annual Santa Cruz Surf Kayak Festival.

Nüz: Marine Doppelganger; A Sense of Where You Are.

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Rev: Paris Is Burning.

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The Shut-Ins: 'Nobody Knows' is smart, not sentimental, in portrait of a motherless family.

Bliss Whipped: Short Cut to Nirvana: Party!

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Oud, What an Ugly War: Iraqi musician Rahim AlHaj uses an ancient lute to express anguish, anger and hope of his people.

The Rock Show: The Supersuckers; The Loyal Sons and Daughters.

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Us vs. Them: Or why baby cows taste better when you call them veal.

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Loud Mouth, Soft UnderBelly: Marga Gomez targets Hollywood's sacred cows.


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