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newspaper cover For the Week of
May 3-10, 2000

Cover: Both Sides Now
Being bipolar in the modern world has its ups and downs.


News: Nüz
Santa Cruz's gay pride doesn't have much to celebrate.


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Bruce Bratton: Downtown symposium; this week's movies; the Peabody award-winning Kitchen Sisters.

Work: Computer, literary and sci-fi geeks have one thing in common.

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From Another World: Gustav Mahler's magnificent Second Symphony beckons listeners to ask the big questions about existence at Santa Cruz Symphony concert.

Keeping the Dead Alive: The Dave Nelson Band keeps on truckin' in the spirit of the Grateful Dead.

Sights & Sounds: A lineup of new bands turns to old tricks and a couple of new ideas.

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More Than Disco: A new book looks at the political and social influences of the 1970s, the decade we love to dismiss.

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Road Drill: Some roadside culinary assistance from a seasoned sampler of food for travelers.

A La Carte: Downtown stalwarts Gabriella Wine Shoppe and Lulu Carpenter's offer expanded hours and new taste treats.

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Puri Not So Simple: Indian actor Om Puri's complex performance adds layers to cross-cultural drama 'East Is East.'

Arena Action: Ridley Scott's epic-sized 'Gladiator' is long on action, short on wit.


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