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For the Week of
April 16-23, 2003

Cover: Welcome to the Jungle
Few people know there's a survivalist training course in the Santa Clara Mountains. Even fewer have completed it.

Nüz: Urbani Legend.

You're Only as Good as Your Last War : A modest proposal for keeping the war machine rollin' by addressing the threat of domestic tourism.

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Digging It: Garden within city limits can lead to a different kind of urban sprawl.

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Tap Dance: 'A Mighty Wind' takes on folk music in a familiar style.

It Takes a 'Village': Eye-opening documentary 'The Friendship Village' chronicles one U.S. soldier's quest for peace.

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Who Feels It, Knows It: Cyril Neville brings the Uptown Allstars to Moe's Alley for a high-energy night of New Orleans funk and reggae rhythms.

The Rock Show: South by SC.

Talk About the Passion: Handel's Messiah may be more famous, but the Santa Cruz Chorale's performance of Bach's St. Matthew Passion demonstrates why it's the greatest of all baroques.

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Taco the Town: Handmade tortillas, fresh fillings, low prices and saucy attitude make El Palomar's hallway taco bar a hit.


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