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For the Week of
May 19-26, 2004

Cover Story: Blues Brothers:
After three decades innovating in obscurity, the Holmes Brothers are suddenly instant blues legends.

More Santa Cruz Blues Festival coverage:
Open Up and Say ... Aptos: The 12th Annual Santa Cruz Blues Festival goes down smooth--mmm, mmm good!

I Can See Cleary Now: Looking for clarity? Blues Festival opener Jon Cleary doles it out like beads during Mardi Gras, direct from his front porch in the French Quarter.

Nüz: The Rotary Club cracks down on people who post commercial signs on utility poles; Barbara Boxer demands an investigation into the prison abuse scandal.

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Rev: Next time on 'Jenny Jones': Is my vanity plate too sexy?

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Truly, 'Madly,' Deeply: Ray Manzarek pays tribute to Jim Morrison and realizes his own filmmaking dreams with 'Love Her Madly.'

Outside Looking In: With a passion for digital film and the indie ethic, Christopher Coppola isn't exactly cashing in on the name.

Public Artist: Jesse Rose DeRooy's 'DF41' gets underneath the layers of a fascinating Santa Cruz personality.

Golden Goal: Whatever your threshold of silliness, 'Shaolin Soccer' will test it.

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The Rock Show: 'Rubber Revolver,' Sleater-Kinney.

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Hawaiian Punch: Despite this town's obsession with Hawaii, we haven't had a taste of aloha in two decades. Now, Numa Trepanier and Tim Hunt are feeding our island fever.


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