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Santa Cruz Blues Festival

For the Week of
May 14-21, 2003

Cover: Ray Cool
The legendary Ray Charles headlines the Santa Cruz Blues Festival.

Ex-Ray Specs: The Santa Cruz Blues Festival's Saturday roster.

Lovin' Bloomfield: Chris Cain and his brother Patrick's band--The Ford Blues Band--pay tribute to the late Michael Bloomfield.

Sunday School: The Santa Cruz Blues Festival's Sunday roster.

Nüz: Planet X Redux.

Airwaves, Shock Waves: How media conglomerates, lax federal oversight and Colin Powell's son keep politically dissenting messages off the airwaves and away from an unaware public.

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Mary Visionary: The influential art and ideas of founding UCSC faculty member and all-around Santa Cruz icon Mary Holmes are remembered in a new book.

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Behind the Seen: Metro Santa Cruz profiles the twisted but brilliant minds that have made the Santa Cruz Film Fest possible.

Marxist Brothers: John Malkovich's 'The Dancer Upstairs' takes a post-revolutionary look at revolution.

Adam and Evil: Neil LaBute's 'The Shape of Things' is a shocker about life at a backward college.

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The Rock Show: Orquesta Aragon, the Afro-Cuban All Stars, the Huxtables and Greg Brown.

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Trees Lounge: Food, music and art take over the languid Arboretum gardens this weekend.


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