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newspaper cover For the Week of
June 7-14, 2000

Cover: Boarding Is Soaring
Skate Jam unleashes the creative moves and music of local skaters and punk rockers.


News: Voting Blocks
Are district elections for Santa Cruz City Council a cure for electoral ills or just a reshuffling the same old deck?

Nüz: Open Studios slams door on famous artist.


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Bruce Bratton: Local parades, this week's movies, Borders.

Work: Privacy is all the rage in tech circles.

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Disc and Dat: New releases by Ron Kaplan, Live Wire and Dilligaf lay back with tasteful interpretations of jazz standards and hit hard with rock-solid originals.

Sights & Sounds: Bassist Tony Levin comes out of 'Big Time' shadow with his own high-powered band.

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Gallic Lover: Christina Waters returns from France with Michelin memories and surprising news about the state of Gallic cuisine.

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To Film or Not to Film: Michael Almereyda and Ethan Hawke put Shakespeare's troubled Dane in a very modern quandary in 'Hamlet.'

Skinned Alive: Peter Greenaway skins and stuffs his characters in '8 1/2 Women.'

Widow Dressing: Kristin Scott Thomas gets involved with three suitors 'Up at the Villa.'

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Weekly World Web: Surfing the Web.

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Electric Carmen: UCSC tackles Bizet's beloved opera and emerges a winner.


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