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newspaper cover For the Week of
July 12-19, 2000

Cover: Crock N' Roll
Metallica, Dr. Dre and the recording industry wake up to the digital music revolution.

Beyond Napster: A local MP3 website takes on the music industry.


News: Nüz
Prez candidate and Pacific Avenue denizen Robert Steffen uncovered.


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Bruce Bratton: The SCAN Good Government forum covered local issues.

Work: What is the point of a carrying a cell phone when you have a life?

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Bach Surgery: Bruno Weil dissects the master for the Carmel Bach Festival.

Sights & Sounds: Coming attractions include At the Drive-In, Sidecar versus Psydecar and an amusing ThaMuseMeant.

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Variations: Impressive wine list, attractive presentation and fine desserts are marred by service glitches at Calloway's.

A La Carte: Local farms open their gates for Outstanding in the Field tours.

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Sanguinary Siblings: In 1984, the Coen brothers made a viscous splash with 'Blood Simple'; the re-release shows how the stylish noir led to 'Raising Arizona' and 'Fargo.'

I See Dead Movies: 'Scary Movie' is a witless, coarse parody of a parodistic genre.

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Weekly World Web: Really not so weird stuff.

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Danny's Back: Shakespeare Santa Cruz once again turns loose 'enfant terrible' director Danny Scheie, this time on 'Cymbeline.'

Taking Off: Our reviewer was 'hooked' on Cabrillo Stage's production of 'Peter Pan.'


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