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newspaper cover For the Week of
April 18-25, 2001

Cover: The CD of Life
In the race to assemble the human genome, UCSC researchers David Haussler and Jim Kent stood up for the public's right to know.


News: Nüz
UCSC lecturers march to protest UC bargaining delays.


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Bruce Bratton: More about the Santa Cruz Business Council; E. Clampus Vitus members gather at the top-secret Bi-Coastal Tri-Chapter Rendezvous; UCSC technical employees vote to strike.

Work: England, the root of all things geek.

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Odds and Ends: The stuff people throw away provides Freedom sculptor Bob Lyons with the inspiration and the materials for his art.

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Rockaway, Joey: Gina Arnold remembers all the great nights that Joey Ramone gave the world.

Sights & Sounds: Local bands rallied and rocked to support Santa Cruz's anti-FTAA contingent bound for Quebec.

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Sky High: Clouds Downtown adds some tasty tweaks to an already intriguing menu.

Word of Mouth: Joan Colonna has cornered the market on coconut cakes.

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Dear 'Diary': 'Bridget' gets uneven film treatment from director Sharon Maguire.

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Weekly World Web: A museum in Iceland features a scientific collection of naughty bits.

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Prize and Prejudice: The Izzie awards give dancers much-needed recognition, but is it really possible to judge dance fairly? Plus: a preview of local National Dance Week events.


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