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newspaper cover For the Week of
June 28-July 5, 2000

Cover: Taking a Peep
Surreal worlds exist inside the seductively voyeuristic 'Wow Boxes' of Santa Cruz artist Doug McClellan.


News: Curmudgeon at Large
Love him or hate him, former Zoning Board member and MetroBase opponent Mark Primack speaks his mind.

Nüz: UCSC presses ahead with plans for 80 homes near the Arboretum.


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Bruce Bratton: Cooper House passageway, this week's movies, Ohlone Park plans.

Work: In their wildest NY dreams.

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Bald Is Beautiful: Sinéad O'Connor proves her 'Faith and Courage' on her new album.

Sights & Sounds: Despite the drag of tobacco promotions, Poncho Sanchez lights up Palookaville.

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Smart Mouth: Men may know how to start the fires, but it's the women who know how to barbecue.

A La Carte: Hue and cry about the Green Plate Specials at New Leaf Market.

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Talking Pictures: Allegra Burke remembers the indie success of her late brother, H.B. Halicki, director of the original 'Gone in 60 Seconds.'

Taking a Dive: 'The Perfect Storm' is a technical marvel swamped by a fishy script.

Boiling Point: Mel Gibson's revolutionary hero gets hotter and hotter in 'The Patriot.'

Brilliant 'Sunshine': Istvan Szabo's family epic is far from sunny, but dramatically rich.

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Weekly World Web: The Line Online.

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Tall Order: Choreographer Emily Wilson and the Blind Geese Dance Company rise to new heights with 'Jenny at Six Feet' at 418 Project.


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