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For the Week of
May 12-19, 2004

Cover Story: At the Drive-In:
Santa Cruz Film Festival founder Jane Sullivan takes this year's festival to new and unusual places--including the Skyview.

More Santa Cruz Film Festival coverage:
Structural Integrity: 'The Empty Building' takes on child abuse with surprising style and vision.

Maz Appeal: Aptos artist James Mazzeo is at the center of Neil Young's vision for 'Greendale.'

Nüz: Cliff Skolnick wants to bring free Internet power to the people of Santa Cruz and beyond.

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Rev: Metro's auto column makes its online debut.

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In the Dark: There's plenty to be afraid of in the ground in Italian thriller 'I'm Not Scared.'

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Dig Them Out: 1996: The year Sleater-Kinney ate my popcorn.

He Wants to Tell You: Dale Ockerman has got lots to say about the White Album Ensemble's 'Rubber Revolver.' Too bad our reporter is totally tripping out.

The Rock Show: Camper Van Beethoven.

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How Green Is Their Valley: Santa Cruz corners the market on Irish exports with a new Rosie McCann's on San Jose's Santana Row.


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