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newspaper cover For the Week of
March 22-April 5, 2000

Cover: Knight Errant
Even as voters in California reject same-sex marriages, one Mormon family reacts in surprising ways to a daughter's coming out.


News: Nüz
Is Dominican Hospital exploiting 'troubled teens' to drum up business?


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Civic Virtues: The Civic Auditorium celebrates 60 years at the center of Santa Cruz's cultural and political life.

Bruce Bratton: Downtown Santa Cruz is doing fine, thank you.

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Chasing the Seasons: Soloist Sylvia Chase provided a new look at a Vivaldi classic for the Santa Cruz Symphony.

Sights & Sounds: AFI hits hard at SC Vets Hall show.

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Going Out on Top: Jack and Renee Chyle bid adieu to culinary treasure Chez Renee after 17 delicious years.

A La Carte: There's no reason to go hungry 'round midnight now that the Village Diner is open late in Soquel.

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The Danish Lash: 'Mifune,' like the other Dogma 95 films, denies the fascination of cinema.

The Zen of Mafia: Jim Jarmusch's 'Ghost Dog' mixes samurai wisdom with mob intrigue.

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Spring Theater: Pisces Moon gets giggles with Nick Silver's 'The Food Chain'; Mountain Community Theater moves for maudlin memories in 'Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean.'


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