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newspaper cover For the Week of
April 4-11, 2001

News: Nüz
Local resident found not guilty in country's first medical marijuana case; SCAN plans a rent rage.


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Bruce Bratton: Santa Cruz County Business Council candidates; the Santa Cruz Symphony prepares to announce its next season; the continuing fluoride debate.

Work: Kill Your Internet.

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Drumming Circles: Béla and the Flecktones wouldn't get far without their eccentric percussionist, Futureman.

Working for Scale: The Santa Cruz Symphony and the Cabrillo Symphonic Chorus collaborated on Brahms' massive 'Requiem' over the weekend.

Sights & Sounds: J Church to Propagandhi, Avail to Lisa Dewey to the Ruins--a busy week.

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At Risk: After a rough childhood and a prison stint, Jimmy Santiago Baca re-created himself through poetry.

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Growing Discomfort: Mounds of pillowy mashed potatoes have taken the place of surprise and innovation at today's 'comfort-food' restaurants.

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Moon Men: 'The Dish' is a captivating comedy about the first moon walk.

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Weekly World Web: Wear a funny mustache; go to jail.


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