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For the Week of
May 17-24, 2000

Cover: Morph This
Long before Monsanto was genetically modifying corn and soybeans, the company made the silicon that drove the computer revolution. How the memory--and the mess--lingers on. Plus: Coastal Berry Co,, Santa Cruz County's own connection to the biotech giant.


News: Nüz
Women Ventures Project grads bend gender on the job.


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Bruce Bratton: Santa Cruz voter representation; this week's movies; the Biotech goat industry.

Work: Decadence and penance at the Webbys.

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Poetry Fever: Rob Pratt checks in with 'Hot Minutes' at the Four-Eighteen Project this weekend.

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Rich Banquet: New Music Works sated the audience with sound and movement at this weekend's Quantum Leap concert.

Sights & Sounds: Blood of Abraham and Blackalicious steal a Palookaville show.

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Cycle of Life: Former engineer and writer Andrew Pham's return to Vietnam became a journey of the heart and the source of a brilliant new book, 'Catfish and Mandala.'

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Twice a Day: Sushi Now! breaks convention by offering American-style breakfasts.

A La Carte: The deli is gone, but Calloway's has an even better idea for dining in Capitola Village.

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Title Wave: A fine cast and quirky title can't hide lapses in 'The Big Kahuna.'

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Weekly World Web: The Brunching Shuttlecocks.


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