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newspaper cover For the Week of
April 26-May 3, 2000

Cover: Oracle Fixation
Santa Cruz is the star of Real Astrologer Rob Brezsny's new novel, 'The Televisionary Oracle.'


News: Nüz
Million Mom March on Washington and Watsonville to demand get-tough gun laws.


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Depot's New Home: Bruce Bratton visits the proposed site of the giant new Home Depot.

Work: How to put on the marketers.

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Radio Rebel: Ira Glass of 'This American Life' fame talks about how he has rewritten the rules of radio broadcasting.

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Do You Still Think They're Sexy? Raunchy party band Poison scores with overdue 'Crack a Smile' album.

Moments Without Memory: Electronic-music innovations from MIT's Media Lab lacked emotional impact at UCSC's April in Santa Cruz concert.

Sights & Sounds: Like true indie-rock heroes, Sin in Space fires all of its guns at a Catalyst show.

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Put a Saga in It: Jeffrey Lent's epic novel 'In the Fall' gives Faulkner a run for his literary money.

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The Shadow Knows: Dining out at Shadowbrook is as much about the view as the food.

A La Carte: Fast sushi rushes into Capitola; new TV show spotlights local chefs.

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Bombs Away: Kevin Pollak makes an unlikely leader in the less-than-explosive 'Deterrence.'

Wilting Drama: Anglo-Irish aristos face 'The Last September' with stiff upper lips.


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