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newspaper cover For the Week of
June 13-20, 2001

Cover: Nursing Wounds
Fed up with stagnant pay, overwork and the dictates of managed care, nurses are leaving the profession in droves--and the ones who are staying are ready to strike.


News: Nüz
The county wrestles with ordinance to control cell phone towers.


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Bruce Bratton: SCAN presses Santa Cruz City Council to move forward with its case on the tidelands issue.

Work: Quality online zines go down.

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Music-Minded: Guitarist Bill Frisell stretches the boundaries of jazz from Monk and Miles to Nashville and the Grateful Dead.

Theremin Therapy: Unusual instruments and orchestrations filled the great outdoors at New Music Works' Avant Garden Party.

Sights & Sounds: Santa Cruz shines on 'Local Musician' compilation CD from Streetlight Records.

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Offbeat and on the Mark: The eclectic dishes at Gabriella in downtown Santa Cruz never fail to delight.

Word of Mouth: The bounty of good things--from whole meals to desserts--never ends at Gayle's.

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Cate's Game: Why was that man crying, anyway?

All Uphill: 'Himalaya' is a slow ride on yak-back.

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Weekly World Web: Don't worry, be happy, and put those Patsy Cline albums away.

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Union Made: Luis Valdez and El Teatro Campesino revisit the farmworker conflicts of the 1970s in an updated version of 'Mundo Mata.'


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