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For the Week of
July 6-13, 2005

Cover Story: Border Cage Match:
As Arnie bombs in the polls, will Mexican immigrants be his deliverance?

Nüz: Putting a Face to the Name: If you received a tax rebate from the state in the past two years, state Controller Steve Westly was the one who signed your check.

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Rev: Rent-a-Truck: Then I hit my first pothole, which caused the truck to jump at least a few inches in the air and almost ripped the steering wheel out of my hand.

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Penged Migration: Luc Jacquet's 'March of the Penguins' is the cutest story ever told.

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Global Village: Lila Downs brings a multicultural, multifaceted show to the Rio Theatre.

The Rock Show: Built to Spill.

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Unlocking Fact and Fiction: Laurie R. King's 'Locked Rooms' mixes Dashiell Hammett and Sherlock Holmes.

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Kombucha Krazy: Why an elixir that tastes like cider brewed with your roommate's socks is taking Santa Cruz by storm.


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