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newspaper cover For the Week of
May 23-30, 2001

Cover: Beach Bummer
Up the North Coast, some Bonny Doon residents and a pair of property owners square off over a well-loved stretch of beach.


News: Nüz
While MTBE pollutes ground water, substitute oxygenate ethanol is no panacea; Redwood Empire's plans to log Lompico threaten local watershed; 41st Playhouse closes doors for now but promises to reopen soon.


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Bruce Bratton: Small businesses wonder when they'll get a break downtown; Master Transportation flier features some ideas that just won't take off.

Work: Hackers, R.I.P.

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Rhythm & Hairdos: Anyone can sing the blues, but image-conscious record companies like their stars to look as good as they sound.

No Labeling Avery: Gwen Avery's powerful voice can handle blues, gospel and rock.

Sights & Sounds: Hip-hop party-time comes to Palookaville.

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Let the Diner Decide: At Chaminade's sumptuous breakfast buffet, you can pick and choose to your palate's content.

Word of Mouth: In two weeks, the Santa Cruz Mountains will be alive with the sound of clinking glasses at the Vintners' Festival 2001.

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Community Chess: John Turturro makes his move in 'The Luzhin Defence.'

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Weekly World Web: When Japanese collides with English, some charming bloopers result.


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