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For the Week of
July 14-21, 2004

Cover Story: Pet & Re-Pet:
The cloned cat is out of the bag and for the right price, it can be yours.

Nüz: Shakespeare Santa Cruz media luncheons have not been the same without Danny Scheie, who was in rare form in his return last week.

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Rev: The caravan filled up DM&E's tank with Sonoma olive oil, which carried them through Guatemala and Honduras.

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The King and I: One writer's unhealthy fixation with films about Arthur and his ka-niggits.

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Bach in Business: After two years of struggling, the Carmel Bach Festival is back in full force.

The Rock Show: The Detroit Cobras; the Forty-Fives.

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Currying Favor: At the new Sri, Santa Cruz can share the Sri Lankan curry obsession.

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The Framing of the Shrewd: SSC director Tim Ocel doesn't so much tackle a Shakespeare play as attack it from every possible angle--scouring every version he can get his hands on--to make it connect with new audiences.


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