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For the Week of
March 30-April 6, 2005

Cover Story: The Goldies 2005:
Once again, you picked the best of Santa Cruz to be honored with the one and only Goldies Award for 2005. Nice work!

Tsunami Aftermath: One woman's experience of doing direct relief in Thailand--and of finding out what isn't getting done.

A School for Survivors: Jack Schultz is back from Bali--and has another tsunami relief project in the works.

Nüz: Development Thumbs Up; Barging Through The Deficit; Seriously in Salinas.

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Rev: Superheroes: This is his explanation. He's actually helping fellow drivers by driving slowly, thus preventing them from driving fast.

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San Carlos Street Style Rez: An artistic revolution hits the skateboard decks at MAH.

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Black and White: Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller pig out on knuckle sandwiches in 'Sin City.'

Christmas in March: Trainspotter Danny Boyle makes one, you know, for the kids, with sentimental 'Millions.'

Sweet and Salty: A German accordionist dreams of Texas in 'Schultze Gets the Blues.'

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As Handsome As They Wanna Be: Handsome Boy Modeling School wants to show the world just how handsome 'White People' are.

Windy Repairs: Instrument repair specialist John Thomas moves his store downtown.

Roll Over Beethoven: Watch Out, Beethoven! The Guarneri Quartet famously revisits your classic quartets in Carmel this Friday.

The Rock Show: The Supersuckers; Kyle Gass of Tenacious D; All Ears; Edmar Castaneda.

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Annie Get Your Dip: In which our intrepid food columnist discovers the dip that rocks the spot.


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