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For the Week of
June 23-30, 2004

Cover Story: Summer Guide 2004:
Shakespeare Santa Cruz goes to the chapel for its unbridled new season. Plus: Cabrillo Stage's 'Music Man,' the best and worst of Pacific Avenue and our most complete listing ever of events and concerts in and around Santa Cruz.

Nüz: City Councilmember Emily Reilly says she will definitely run for re-election in November.

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Rev: Customers are more likely to pay attention if you get permission to interact with them: a free sample, a contest, a survey or, yes, a milk carton to assemble.

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Makeover: 'The Stepford Wives' gives the dead horse of the 1950s a resounding kick.

Freaks and Geeks: 'Napoleon Dynamite' ignites nerd-dom.

Sports Fever: 'Dodgeball' pokes fun at the mania for sports, any sports.

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The Jazz Man Who Wasn't There: Bucking a trend of jazz ego and solos, the Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey is fronted by a literal nobody.

The Rock Show: In order to cleanse his soul for their June 26 Catalyst show, guest columnist Cooper McBean tells all in a diary of The Devil Makes Three's recent tour of France.

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A Butter Tomorrow: The Buttery has gone from insider favorite to Santa Cruz institution, one wedding cake at a time.


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