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newspaper cover For the Week of
June 14-21, 2000

Cover: Dot Bonds
Dotcom companies revolutionize the workplace with employee perks and extreme adventures. So what's the catch?


News: Nüz
UC labor negotiators are all talk and no action


[Features]
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Bruce Bratton: Home Depot, Bookshop Santa Cruz sale, SCAN meeting.

Work: How can the party be over?

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Swing Shift: The irresistible big-band beat pioneered by Count Basie lives on in the hands of Grover Mitchell.

Coping With Copland: Bay Shore Lyric Chamber Orchestra delivers an unsentimental 'Appalachian Spring.'

Sights & Sounds: Folk-rocker turns out the lights on Palookaville appearance.

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Still a Hit: The lines haven't stopped since Zachary's opened almost 20 years ago, and breakfast is still worth the wait.

A La Carte: Fresh-baked scents entice at new House of Bread on Pacific Avenue.

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Musical Ravings: Underground DJs and ravers party till dawn in director Greg Harrison's new film, 'Groove.'

'Shaft' Scores: Original music guarantees a good time at Samuel L. Jackson's remake.

Titanic A.E.: New animated science-fiction adventure is lost in space.

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Weekly World Web: World Wide Weird.


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