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For the Week of
May 4-11, 2005

Cover Story: Freaks Like Us:
The Fourth Santa Cruz Film Fest turns its love lights on.

Take the Word 'Mother' and Run With It: In which a cat and a diarist inspire an authentic Mother's Day ode.

Nüz: Library Wars; SCCARRED Children; Super Cooper.

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Rev: Boatcar: A complicated series of wings can be unfurled from the cockpit to create a hydrofoil once you hit water.

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Shearer Energy: Somewhere between NPR, 'The Simpsons' and the next Spinal Tap tour, Harry Shearer is finding time to bring his film 'Teddy Bears' Picnic' to Santa Cruz.

Island Fever: A modern Prospero rules a crumbling commune in 'The Ballad of Jack and Rose.'

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Django and Me: Sinti guitar virtuoso Biréli Lagrène steps out from the shadows of Django Reinhardt's legacy.

Beethoven's Uniquely Ninth?: Larry Granger's decision to play Beethoven's Ninth Symphony creates a brooding, grim atmosphere.

The Rock Show: Rizwan-Muazzam Quawwali; Zap Mama; the Aptos Club's Battle of the Bands.

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Tough the Shaman: Randy Fuller's new book proves that the mediums are the messengers.

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Dinner in Brazil: Traditional fare makes dinner at Cafe Brazil as cheerful as its canary walls.


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