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newspaper cover For the Week of
May 24-31, 2000

Cover: Split Decisions
MetroBase and Arana bike path ignite political brush fires. Why can't Santa Cruz progressives get along?


News: Nüz
UCSC officials stun Arboretum with plan to build 80 homes.


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Weekend Wonders: A guide to getting out on Memorial Day weekend.

Bruce Bratton: House of Bread on Pacific; this week's movies; the San Francisco Opera.

Work: Decode these books.

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The Ives Have It: Dvorák, Brahams and Puccini selections highlight Ives Quartet concert in Santa Cruz.

Sights & Sounds: Chicano rockers Aztlan Underground unleash a multilingual fury.

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Dessert Storm: Hollins House chef Jeff Huff conjures up spectacular finishing touches.

A La Carte: Like worshippers at a shrine, food lovers flock to the rare, the exotic and the very expensive.

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Battlefield Box Office: Two Shakepeares, two Coen brothers (one new, one old), a second 'Gone in 60 Seconds'--this summer's movies are joined at birth.

Brazilian Bash: 'Bossa Nova' tries to capture the spirit of the music.

Tom in Love: John Woo's 'Mission: Impossible 2' is producer/star Tom Cruise's chance to preen.

West is East: Jackie Chan kicks a hole in the old West in sweet 'Shanghai Noon.'

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