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newspaper cover For the Week of
April 12-19, 2000

Cover: Point and Click Break
Santa Cruz surf photographers Dave Nelson and Jeff Gideon make a big splash at newsstands.


News: Founding Mothers
For 25 years, UCSC's innovative women's studies program has given students a chance to make a difference.

Nüz: Longtime Good Times publisher Carole Atkinson ousted.


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Street Ped: Bruce Bratton thinks we should close a block of Pacific Avenue to cars one day a week.

Work: Wealth! Baths! Bah!

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Sights & Sounds: The Visionaries wow a Palookaville hip-hop crowd, and Pocket for Corduroy showcases a sound that even record-label executives could love.

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The How and Wyatt of History: A new novel attempts to explore the troubled Western myth of Wyatt Earp.

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Smart Mouth: A guide to the highs and lows of designer bottled pasta sauce.

A La Carte: From chocolate Coke to lemonade, Santa Cruz offers ways to cool off in hot weather.

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Total Eclipse: Eric Mendelsohn's 'Judy Berlin' is as elating as the films of the great humanist directors, from Renoir and Ophuls to Mizoguchi. Plus: Richard von Busack's exclusive interview with the director.

True Vision: Majid Majidi's 'The Color of Paradise' offers a hauntingly beautiful fable.

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Hope Against Hope: Jennifer Der Torossian makes a compelling Madama Butterfly in Bay Shore Lyric Opera's current production.


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