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newspaper cover For the Week of
March 28-April 4, 2001

Cover: Wonder Boy
The election of Richard de la Paz to the Watsonville City Council kicks off a new era in South County politics.


News: Nüz
Citing genocide, Aptos resident smashes Christopher Columbus statue in San Jose.


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Bruce Bratton: Chamber of Commerce director Michael Schmidt to run for Santa Cruz County supervisor; Sandy Lydon offers a lecture on North Coast history; this week's movies.

Work: The Other Valley.

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Open Book: An exhibition at the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art featuring local artists creates a library of the imagination.

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Sound Blasters: According to Gina Arnold, the Ruins' music is no Tokyo rose.

Sights & Sounds: The abuse flowed freely as Murder City Devils pounded home their points.

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So Say Ceylon: Despite a lack of ambience, Asian Rose is a popular neighborhood destination.

Word of Mouth: Top chef Lynn Sheehan pairs food and wine with exquisite taste at Sand Rock Farm Inn.

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Animal Husbandry: A Brazilian woman with healthy appetites illuminates 'Me You Them.'

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Weekly World Web: Real poetry still thrives in distant corner of cyberspace.


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