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May 2-9, 2001

Cover: Fleece Circus
As pets, pullovers or pronkers, alpacas from the Andes seem to bewitch everyone who meets them.


News: Nüz
Local residents support the proposed Metrobase in theory but want Bargain Barn left intact.


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Bruce Bratton: The new Rittenhouse building proposal; Alan Jean Cummings park opens; Watsonville and Santa Cruz city councils hold historic joint meeting.

Work: Yahoo's secret war.

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Desert Storm: Landscape is metaphor in the desert ephemera of Judy Tuwaletstiwa's mixed-media artworks.

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Jett Propulsion: Joan Jett jets into the Rio Theatre.

Miles Smiles: It's news to Ken Burns, but a stack of new CDs and books proves that Miles Davis contributed as much to jazz as Coltrane and Monk.

The Sounds of Silence: New Music Works worked wonders with its smart new scores for classic films at Reel Time concert last weekend.

Sights & Sounds: Catching up on what went down at last week's Battle of the Bands.

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No Dozer: Tormented by insomnia, author Bill Hayes turned his problem into prose in his new book 'Sleep Demons.'

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Food Freedom: The tyranny of tofu and other PC culinary trends has dulled our taste buds for too long.

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Weekly World Web: Oh no! Fluffy retyped my thesis!


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