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For the Week of
May 18-25, 2005

Cover Story: Soul Fire:
R&B legend Solomon Burke lights up the Santa Cruz Blues Festival.

More Santa Cruz Blues Festival coverage:
The Fallujah Blues Are Bugging the Hell out of Me: Santa Cruz Blues Festival headliner Robert Cray talks about the Dixie Chicks, Stevie Ray Vaughan--and why he doesn't give a damn about Clear Channel backlash.

Supernova Saturday: Robert Cray is one good reason to make the Aptos pilgrimage. Here are four more.

Sunday Sundae: Solomon Burke isn't the only reason to drag yourself out of bed on May 29. Sunday's lineup is what we call motivational force.

Nüz: Don't Drink The Water; Stagnant Water; Election Sleuthing; Architecture Tour; Bike Week Reminder.

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Rev: All Things Motorcycle: Part 2: 'If everyone would remain calm, offer a little more courtesy and kindness, and smile more, then everyone would have a better life.'

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Shell Shock: 'Turtles Can Fly' captures children's dreams of the end of the world in war-torn Iraq.

Sisterhood: Judi Dench and Maggie Smith go ga-ga over a castaway in rustic period piece 'Ladies in Lavender.'

Jersey Boys: 'Winter Solstice' takes place between the lines.

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The Rock Show: Mule Train; Frequinox; Richard Nunns.

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Interviewing Anarchy: Local author, musician and DJ gets personal with some musical luminaries--and their views might surprise you.

Major Soul Truth: In Mitch Cullin's 'A Slight Trick of the Mind,' Sherlock Holmes is trapped inside an aging body.

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A Tale of Two Takaras, Part 2: In which our restaurant reviewer continues her Takara odyssey by taking it to Capitola.


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