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For the Week of
July 13-20, 2005

Cover Story: Redeveloping Santa Cruz:
Ceil Cirillo has led the city's Redevelopment Agency for the past 15 years. Will its work ever be finished?

Nüz: DIY July 4; Supreme Jitters; WAMM Fest; Ready, Set, Go.

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Rev: Man Replacement: My other pal, M, loved Kevin's no-nonsense nature and his 1978 GMC Sierra, named Kevin Junior, that he used for his hauling business.

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Space Man: 'A Sidewalk Astronomer' chronicles the pleasures of a life spent looking up and out.

Latchkey Kids: 'Me and You and Everyone We Know' is the best tag-team movie about Los Angeles since 'Short Cuts.'

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Amazigh Arising: Led by local musicians Fattah Abbou and Mohamed Aoualou, Santa Cruz will host one of the only Amazigh cultural festivals in the United States.

Someday Coming Round: In which a third compilation of deviant twang is delivered.

The Rock Show: The Dead Hensons; the reopening of Henfling's.

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Shades of Gray: Andrew Vachss wants you to ask the questions.

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Retail Renewal: Black China Bakery celebrates 25 years by opening the colorful Black China Cafe.


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