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For the Week of
March 23-30, 2005

Cover Story: The Mad World of Norman O. Brown:
A new book sheds light on late UCSC philosophy professor.

Nüz: Fish Tale Anniversary; What Can Brown Do For You?; Poop If You Love Peace; Collection Call; Peak Oil.

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Rev: Car Blogs.

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Prague Rock: The Czech Republic grapples with the realities of the free market in 'Up and Down.'

Sand Castle: Documentary 'Gunner Palace' tracks the fear and boring of U.S. troops in Iraq.

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Saxing Up the Alto: Kenny Garrett puts the cool back into the bastard child of the sax world.

The Passion of the Grits: SC's Harmony Grits celebrate 20 years of marrying and burying the good folks of Santa Cruz.

Snarlier Is Mo' Better: Julie Albers captures Dvorak with flair, but her cello lacks inherent snarl.

The Rock Show: The Devil Makes Three; Deepak Ram; Xzibit.

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Vegan Shoes and Animal Sacrifice: In which our vegetarian columnist questions how Carrie Bradshaw paid for all her shoes.


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