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For the Week of
May 5-12, 2004

Cover Story: Metro Santa Cruz Turns 10:
Looking back at some of Metro Santa Cruz's best and ballsiest moments over the last decade.

Standing on the Shoulders of Giants: Metro Santa Cruz presents an oral history of the Santa Cruz alternative press leading up to our own birth 10 years ago. For those who used to write, we salute you.

Nüz: A plan to take over the Natural Bridges campus runs into roadblocks.

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Mister Mouth: Trumpeter Dave Douglas just can't keep from blowing it as he brings his quintet to the Kuumbwa.

Something's the 'Mater': Acoustic problems vex fine SC symphony performance.

The Rock Show: Laurie Anderson; Arrington De Dionyso; The Independents.

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Why Can't We Be Friends?: Another bit of Metro Santa Cruz's 10-year history is its famous former feud with Lulu Carpenter's. But now there's no bad blood, just great coffee.


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