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For the Week of
March 31-April 7, 2004

Cover Story: The Goldies 2004:
Once again, you picked the best of Santa Cruz to be honored with the one and only Goldies Award for 2004. Nice work!

Nüz: Gore vs. Nader: the real story.

The Invisible Primary: Anybody remember the Green Party?

Synthetic Science : The FDA banned silicone breast implants last month. Should saline be next?

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Junk in the Trunk: Director Alex Cox reveals how 'Repo Man' went from dead-on-arrival to cult classic.

Omar Never Dies: Sharif is still the Arab world's cultural emissary to America in 'Monsieur Ibrahim.'

In a Lather: Former madam Heidi Fleiss on 'Shampoo' and the importance of goals.

Little Criminals: The Irish import 'Intermission' is crusty yet mushy.

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More Than a Feeling: What does William Hung's loss and subsequent rise say about pop iconography and ourselves?

Coming Full Solcircle: One of the most visionary bands in the history of the Santa Cruz music scene regroups at the Kuumbwa.

Born Freestyle: This area's most talented verbal shock troops cut each other down to size for your amusement at the Serendipity Project's incredible freestyle battles.

The Rock Show: Ziggy Marley; Spearhead; The Breeders; Mix Master Mike.

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Everybody's Fool: April Fool's Day touches off a full-scale raid of local bookstores by eclectic authors.

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The Taste of Victory: Goldies medalists cop to their winning recipes.


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