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newspaper cover For the Week of
April 11-18, 2001

Cover: Ashes to Ashes
The American cremation biz has become an entrepreneurial free-for-all, with memorial options ranging from the beautiful to the bizarre.


News: Nüz
Fast-food justice day; mayor quashes gadfly; statue smasher update.


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Bruce Bratton: The Santa Cruz Business Council works behind the scenes; this week's movies.

Work: Craig's dead, baby, and nothing is real anymore.

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Subject Matters: Janjaap Dekker, the photo editor of El Andar, has made a career of socially conscious photography.

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U Must Remember This: The cost is high, but U2 delivers some high-powered, audience-friendly rock on Elevation tour.

Beyond the Warhorse: Bay Shore Lyric Opera opens a new era in local productions with marvelous 'Lucia di Lammermoor.'

Sights & Sounds: Street musicians strut their stuff on CDs.

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Soylent Green Revisited: Paradise Sushi creates wittily named and delicious sushi specials.

Word of Mouth: Black China Bakery specializes in sumptuous treats, from scones to mile-high chocolate cake.

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Capital Ideas: A progressive couple takes up the cause of a condemned man in 'The Widow of Saint-Pierre.'

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Weekly World Web: What a wonderful, wonderful Wiz he was.


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