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Cover For the Week of
July 10-17, 2002

Cover: Show Your Self
Shakespeare Santa Cruz's tagline for this season is 'The Egos Have Landed.' But it's more than just a catchy phrase. Freud's theory of the ego is a handy map to the self-indulgent world of theater.

The Merchant Of Menace: Gore Vidal puts a chilling bin Laden spin on the modern-day significance of 'Coriolanus.'


News: Nüz
Residents plan to take action against Southwest Airlines' obesity policy.


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Bruce Bratton: UCSC telescopes on Mauna Kea; this week's movies.

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Populism Contest: Sayles takes the high road, Sandler takes the low road--but they're both dead ends.

Medium Cool: 'Men in Black II' has its moments, but it can't shake sequelitis.

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Rocking's Shocking: Nashville Pussy and a slew of morally suspect bands lead the newest wave of shock rock.

The Rock Show: Throwing Us for a Loop.

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Vive La Révolution: Diving into the middle of summer with Bastille Day and some great new wines.

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Novel Ideas: Showcasing innovations like 'Little Women' opera is a Cabrillo music festival tradition.

Citizen Kane: Cabrillo Stage gets a little Wilder with 'Some Like It Hot.'


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