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For the Week of
May 28-June 4, 2003

Cover: Santa Cruz Film Festival 2003
The expanded festival is poised to set locals reeling. One of the key selections is the raw, clever documentary 'Culture Jam,' which champions the 'joyful revolution' of ad busting, sign-jacking and all-around culture hacking.

Roller Ballsy: Roller queen Ann Calvello is still hell on wheels in 'Demon of the Derby.'

You Gave Me Shiva: A hyperkinetic NYC tour guide and a frightening vérité look at the terrorist attacks make for a fascinating SCFF program about Sept. 11.

Green Enos and Ham: 'Story of the Space Chimps' reveals what two unsung American heroes went through for the glory of the U.S. space program.

Let Us Prey: Cheri Lovedog's 'Prey for Rock & Roll' gets a homecoming on the SCFF's opening night.

Bitter Fruit: 'Coloring the Silver Screen' program focuses on the history of African Americans in cinema and the strange-but-true history of Billie Holiday's haunting rendition of 'Strange Fruit.'

Nüz: Flawed Formula.

The Other Oswald: One of the Santa Cruz Film Festival's special guests remembers his time as part of the JFK conspiracy.

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Nerdtopia: 'Spellbound,' the thinking-person's 'American Idol,' highlights the bee-team.

Train of Thought: Patrice Leconte's 'Man on the Train' tracks the crossing fates of two men--and two national cinemas.

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La Dolce Vita: New Music Works strikes a surreal Amar-chord at its annual Fellini-esque garden party.

The Rock Show: ArnoCorps Unleashed.

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Pre-Order of 'The Phoenix': Santa Cruz bookstores stay open late for the newest Harry Potter onslaught; plus, June lit events around town.

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Shakin' Bake: Kelly's French Bakery is on the rise on the West Side.


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