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For the Week of
April 23-30, 2003

Cover: Get the Kinks Out
It's fast fashion in Santa Cruz when Camouflage throws one of its edgy fashion shows. And in honor of all things romantique, our lovelorn wannabe-French-Existentialist correspondent spices up Metro Santa Cruz's annual fashion issue with a peek behind the scenes.

Nüz: Vanilla Skies.

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Stock in Trade: The second annual Reel Work May Day Labor Film Festival gets a bonus this year, as the producer of Michael Moore's 'Bowling for Columbine' weighs in with a documentary of her own.

Grindhouse Party: Rob Zombie's 'House of 1000 Corpses' takes horror back to a bygone era of exploitation.

Court and Spark: In 'Laurel Canyon,' Frances McDormand plays an unrepentant 1970s-ite living in the present.

Stealer's Wheel: Nick Nolte plays a rogue's rogue in 'The Good Thief.'

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The Rock Show: Frank Black and the Catholics.

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My, O'mei: A local landmark delivers molten flavors and stylish service, to the surprise of absolutely no one in Santa Cruz.


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