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For the Week of
April 9-16, 2003

Cover: The Revolution Will Not Be Verbalized
Best known as the man who brought hip-hop to Shakespeare, choreographer Rennie Harris takes evasive action in an interview about his newest multimedia work, 'Facing Mekka.'

Nüz: Bush Bucks.

Left Behind: Congressman Dennis Kucinich is getting less attention than the other Democrats who've thrown their hat into next year's presidential race. Could it be because he's the most radical of them all?

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Teenage Kicks: 'Bend It Like Beckham' is 'My Big Fat Greek Wedding' with a sports bra.

All the Right Moves: 'All the Real Girls' is a lingering small-town romance in widescreen.

Cavity Search: Terranauts head for 'The Core'--find neither Pellucidar nor dinos.

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Clutch Time: Saxophonist Bill Trimble pushes the Santa Cruz Symphony to fine finish in program of tricky classical pieces.

The Rock Show: A list of upcoming Central Coast festivals.

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Rocking the Beat: Armed with a fleet of well-endowed sushi boats, the new Yamamori gives Scotts Valley a reason to say 'Arigato!'

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All Thrills, No Frills: 'Cooking Up Your Real Self' strips down the theater experience with up-close-and-personal storytelling and music.


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