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newspaper cover For the Week of
April 19-26, 2000

Cover: Net Bet For Art
Faced with a dearth of local galleries, Santa Cruz artists turn to the web to showcase their works.


News: Shellfish Game
Abalone farmers square off against fishermen and environmentalists.

It's Green, They Say: Finding a power company that pays more than lip service to the environment can be a trying experience.

Nüz: Latino visitors claim racial discrimination at local motels.


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Bruce Bratton: Downtown economics; Cabrilho or Cabrillo?

Work: No one is safe anymore.

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Spin This: Metro Santa Cruz music writers take on new CDs, from Sista Monica's bumping blues to Live Wire's mechanical metal.

Sights & Sounds: Ani Di Franco brings a bigger band to the Civic but comes up short on intensity.

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Me Mykonos I: A meal at Vasili's is like a cruise through the Greek Islands.

A La Carte: The Easter season brings a hutch full of chocolate bunnies and other confectionery pleasures.

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Cutting-Edge Satire: The film version of Bret Ellis Easton's 'American Psycho' is better than the novel--but what isn't?

Second Chance: In 'Me Myself I,' a woman discovers her alternative life didn't run true.

Mum's the Word: Glasgow siblings mourn their dead mother all night in 'Orphans.'


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