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newspaper cover For the Week of
April 25-May 2, 2001

Cover: Revenge of the Women
A new archetype is creeping into popular culture: women who can knock the daylights out of their foes. What's not to like about that?


News: Nüz
According to the phone book, Congressman Mike Honda has gone missing.


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Bruce Bratton: Problems on the Roaring Camp train ride; remembering jazz pianist Smith Dobson.

Work: The future of crash-and-burn business.

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Key Figure: Pianist Smith Dobson was at the center of the Santa Cruz jazz scene.

Cabinet Fever: New Music Works, with help from Richard Marriott of Club Foot Orchestra fame, brings music to the silent wonders of 'The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari.'

Sights & Sounds: Butterfly ballots haunt Saturday's Battle of the Bands contest.

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Tender Mercies: Noelle Oxenhandler's new book, 'The Eros of Parenthood,' questions why parents are often afraid to cuddle their own children.

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The Slice Is Right: Tony & Alba's creates an irresistible array of pizzas.

Word of Mouth: Bargetto Winery introduces La Vita to wine lovers at a special bottle-release party.

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Pieces of the Past: A man with no memory searches for a forgotten killer in 'Memento.'

Unleashed Resistance: Alejandro González Iñárritu's 'Amores Perros' offers a powerful parable against violence.

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Weekly World Web: Website is a road map into novelist's psyche.


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