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newspaper cover For the Week of
July 11-18, 2001

Cover: Drum Beat
Farmers' Market lifestyle controversy raises questions about character of downtown Santa Cruz.


News: Nüz
A holiday at Camp Paradise.


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Bruce Bratton: The San Francisco Silent Film Festival opens; construction soon to begin on Del Mar Theatre.

Work: Sharing the Data.

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Sights & Sounds: Catching up to Ani and Andrea in one week.

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Bistro Still a Pearl: The tasty upstairs bistro continues to be a delectable work in progress, adding consistency to its long list of charms.

Word of Mouth: Shakespearean vintages, the 'stinking rose' blowout and Bastille Day at Theo's .

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Western Walter: Santa Cruz actor Walter Reed worked for John Ford and Budd Boetticher in the heyday of the Western film.

Burning Men: A local filmmaker documents an elite American Indian firefighting crew.

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Night And Day: Shakespeare Santa Cruz explores the dark and light sides of human nature.


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