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For the Week of
April 6-13, 2005

Cover Story: Saving Public Ryan:
Five months ago, Ryan Coonerty was the City Council's golden boy. One doomed hotel project later, he's undergone a steely trial by fire. Will it strengthen his political career?

Occupational Hazards: Houston-born journalist Dahr Jamail comes to Santa Cruz to talk about yet another casualty of the Iraqi occupation--truth in the media.

Nüz: Return of Wonder Wormhoudt; Zoned Out; Who's Your Unembedded Baghdaddy?; SCFF Kickoff.

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Rev: Animal Highway: Bugs meeting cars isn't a new thing. I have heard of drivers meeting up with mass migrations of tarantulas and grasshoppers, too.

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Spitting Devil: Hitler and his Reich minions die like poisoned rats in a bunker in 'Downfall.'

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Odysseus Would Be Proud: Musical Argonaut Mickey Hart sets out on a new adventure.

Fire Starters: Will sparks fly between Beaux Arts Trio's pianist Menahem Pressler and violinist Daniel Hope at UCSC this weekend?

The Rock Show: Handsome Boy Modeling School; Kenny Garrett; the Attic.

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Budding Selections: Pinot Paradise. Herbed fries. Urban wine tastings--everything for the spring palette.

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Real Time With Bill Maher: Bill Maher slaughters sacred cows, but stands up for the ethical treatment of cattle.


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