Cover: Summer Begins:
Stargazing. Trail blazing. Movie ratings. Our best-ever summer guide has it all.
Escapist Thrills: Hollywood still doesn't know the meaning of 'lowest common denominator.'
Dramatic Moments: This summer will be dramatic--on a stage near you.
Concert Guide: The Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music, the Carmel Bach Festival and more.
Waiting for E.T.: When aliens come knocking, the Santa Cruz Astronomy Club will be ready and waiting.
Twist 'N' Go: Scooters ain't just for hipsters.
Nüz: Bullets Over The Tannery; Name-Dropping; KUSP Theft; Henfling's Returns?; Sustainability And Dads.
Rev: The Wheels on the Bus: Moreover, the kids on buses were breathing a higher percentage of the buses' exhaust than the outside population.
Wizard's Vision: Master animator Hayao Miyazaki looks back on a world speeding to war in 'Howl's Moving Castle.'
Mature Contents: Diastole, dykes and dystopia are all featured in Margaret Cho's latest comedic offering.
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