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newspaper cover For the Week of
June 6-13, 2001

Cover: Spring Sting
After a long legal fight, the term 'spring water' has been redefined, and critics say it no longer means anything at all.


News: Nüz
It's not exactly John Grisham, but the city's court case against sit-in activists took some strange turns last week.

Bobsy Draper, 1941-2001: Local activist dies of cancer.


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Bruce Bratton: The Santa Cruz City Club; nursing crisis; Cabrillo Music Festival reminder.

Work: Scandalous Code.

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Cleavage Egregious: Two Bay Area artists lock horns over a giant ball of bras.

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Cuban Invasion: Los Van Van adds some new blood for show at Palookaville.

Sights & Sounds: Lowdown, County Z and Carnivores wow the masses at free shows.

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Inner Verse: In her new book, local author Patrice Vecchione offers advice for the writer within.

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Serves You Right: It takes two to eat out: the waiter and the waited on. Both should understand the unwritten rules of good dining.

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On Exhibit: 'River' treats Tobias Schneebaum as if he were the Wild Man of Borneo.

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Weekly World Web: Where seldom is heard a discouraging word...

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Nu, Bubeleh? Storyteller Erica Lann-Clark's new work, 'Once There Was a World,' draws on Yiddish folk tales, klezmer music and Jewish humor.


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