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Cover For the Week of
May 8-15, 2002

Cover: The Sushi Guide
How to make it, where to get it and why there are rules to these things.

Hand to Mouth: The essential Santa Cruz County sushi listings.

Gone Fishing: Todd Inoue's sushi sense is always tingling.

Know Your Roll: A beginner's guide to sushi bar etiquette.

Rice is Nice: The making and shaping of sushi rice is an age-old craft.

Nori Story: Seaweed--you're soaking in it!

Whassup, Wasabi? Feelin' hot, hot, hot.

Sake to Me: Some like it hot.

They Squirm for Sushi: Parasitic worms and raw fish.


News: Nüz
Kiteboarders sail into town for the Wipika Waddell Kiteboarding Clash.


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Bruce Bratton: Travel notes from Berlin and L.A.

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Smokin' Signals: Sherman Alexie is still fired up about racism, white guilt and filmmaking.

How You Say? 'Italian for Beginners' makes learning fun.

Something Sweet: 'The Triumph of Love' kisses the treason out of a schemer.

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Treats for Mom: Mother's Day, warm weather, outdoor food and art--it's spring in Santa Cruz.

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Play on Words: Crafty dialogue and lots of it powers 'The Poor Players.'


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