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For the Week of
April 14-21, 2004

Cover Story: Hooked on Tonic:
Beauty treatments and warming trends: Metro Santa Cruz's spring fashion issue.

Nüz: Sales of products by former Santa Cruzan Tom Bihn skyrocket for unexpected reasons.

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Dancer in the Bark: Attacking an elephant with a peashooter, Lars von Trier takes on America in 'Dogville.'

Death and Texas: 'The Alamo' gives a revised, often accurate, version of the famed battle--John Wayne would have hated it.

Commie Mommy: 'Good Bye, Lenin!' is a heartfelt comedy about the end of the worker's paradise.

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Sing Your Life: Vocal genius Bobby McFerrin likes to get stage fright and hates people who suck the fun out of Mozart.

Marin Alsop Superstar: On the heels of a high-profile year for its conductor, the Cabrillo Music Fest announces upcoming season.

The Rock Show: Mariza; Dr. Ralph Stanley and His Clinch Mountain Boys.

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Italian by Inspiration: Sestri is dedicated to serving up 'inspired Italian' cooking in its purest form.


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