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newspaper cover For the Week of
May 31-June 7, 2000

Cover: Life Cycle
After 19 years, the California AIDS Ride keeps cycling for a cure.


News: Nüz
Proposed Dolphin-Lee housing project may leave tenants out in the cold.


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Tempest in a Flower: Bruce Bratton wants to know why the new Cooperhouse isn't blossoming.

Work: Her name is Rio.

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Spearious Notions: There's nowhere to run, nowhere to hide--Britney Spears targets teens with sugar pop and defuses adults with ironic posing.

Sights & Sounds: Eli Salzman plugs in and Dilated Peoples shorts out.

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Taco Heaven: Cilantro's chile colorado taco stands up to the best any other restaurant can muster.

A La Carte: Wine flows in the Santa Cruz Mountains; the fun rolls on Thursdays at the beach by the Crow's Nest.

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Spiked Hair and Spit: 'The Filth and the Fury' chronicles the Sex Pistols' story.

Teenage Wasteland: Welsh rave scene roils with youthful energy in 'Human Traffic.'

Figgis' Four-by-Four: Experimental split-screen 'Time Code' takes place four times at once.

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Weekly World Web: Recall Quackenbush.


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