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newspaper cover For the Week of
May 16-23, 2001

Cover: Tryst No One
Wayne Wang's controversial 'The Center of the World' sorts through the emotional and sexual rubble of the dotcom bust.


News: Renting and Raving
Rent control seemed buried and forgotten until an unlikely local activist asked local landlords to oppose a movement that doesn't exist yet.

Nüz: Santa Cruz activists bug Gov. Davis about global warming; 'Monterey County Herald' employees protest; local cannabis clubs say Supreme Court marijuana ruling will not affect them.


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It's All Right, Lama: One of the world's great spiritual leaders, the Dalai Lama, comes to Shoreline for three days of teaching and meditation.

Bruce Bratton: UCSC hosts screenings of Satyajit Ray films; the City Council approves the Rittenhouse building despite expert advice; a visit to the Capitola Museum.

Work: Intelligent Life?

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Sights & Sounds: Celtic rockers Flogging Molly elevate Irish drinking songs to euphoric heights.

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Steak in the Heart: Diners can still get a juicy filet mignon at the Hindquarter, but several other dishes could use some fine-tuning.

Word of Mouth: Staff of Life just keeps getting better and better.

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Shock Treatment: El Salvador picks up the pieces after a devastating earthquake, in Bob Gliner's 34th documentary.

Dissing Disney: Clever animated feature 'Shrek' entertains the kids while poking malicious fun at Michael Eisner empire.

Mordant is Less: 'With a Friend Like Harry' is steeped in malice toward all.

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Weekly World Web: Sure it's fun--but is JesusDressUp.com a ticket to Hell?


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