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

Cover: The Goldies
The readers and critics of Metro Santa Cruz decide on all that is remarkable about Santa Cruz.

Best Food & Drink
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Best Arts
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Best Music & Nightlife
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Best Goods & Services
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Best People & Places
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Best Sports & Recreation
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News: The Big Squeeze
How Santa Cruz County fails its affordable housing needs.

Nüz: Safe seed initiative gets thumbs up from local natural food sellers.


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Bruce Bratton: Downtown management, this week's movies, Triangle Speakers.

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A Quarter Century of Quarter Notes: Kuumbwa celebrates 25 years of carving out a niche for the best in jazz.

Notes From the Underground: Richer by more than 200 Dockers and ready to take the principal's office from the inside, Matt Koumaras pens his farewell notes.

Sights & Sounds: Folk-rocker Bob Dylan shows that he's still a vital rock & roller.

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Wharf Speed: Carniglia's offers a sophisticated menu and an unparalleled view.

A La Carte: For two decades, Theo's in Soquel has been elevating food service to the level of hospitality.

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Chamber Music: Errol Morris examines the curious case of the amoral execution expert in 'Mr. Death.' Plus: Richard von Busack talks with Errol Morris about his documentary.


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