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newspaper cover For the Week of
June 20-27, 2001

Cover: Mala Notte
The relocation and persecution of Italians in Santa Cruz during World War II.


News: Nüz
Police shut down concerts at the Wired Wash Café.


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Bruce Bratton: Friends of the Arboretum protest UCSC development proposal.

Work: It's Our Party.

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About Face: Group show of self-portraits reveals some artists and conceals others.

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Sights & Sounds: Mix Master Mike showed off his scratching skills at the Catalyst.

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Alphabet Soup: A fictional family delves into the bizarre culture of the spelling bee.

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Totally Sushi: Very tiny Naka Sushi earns its cult following.

Word of Mouth: Pleasure Pizza opens a second restaurant to satisfy the needs of West Siders.

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Dotcom Dash: A new documentary traces the rise and fall of a website.

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Weekly World Web: 'Roll Your Own Blackout' is a bright idea, but where did it come from?


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