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newspaper cover For the Week of
July 14-21, 1999

Cover: Shake Down
George Bernard Shaw battles the Bard at Shakespeare Santa Cruz. Plus: The company's 18th season features plays honoring love's rites of passage.


News: Elder Hostage
Redtree threatens to pull the plug on the new Mid-County Senior Center.


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Bruce Bratton: Save the horses at the Santa Cruz Feed and Mercantile.

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Communal Classical: Bruno Weil takes a team approach to programming at the Carmel Bach Festival.

Pirate Power Radio: Free Radio Santa Cruz searches for a new home.

Notes From The Underground: The Huxtables go acoustic with well-lathered pop at Actors' Theatre.

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Salad Days: Cafe Sparrow offers a serene perch for fans of the fresh and the beautiful.

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Notes From Havana: Cuban musical legends perform in Wim Wenders' 'Buena Vista Social Club.'

Whatever Lola Wants: 'Run Lola Run' mixes Hong Kong action with European philosophy.

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Dog-Day Musical: Cabrillo Stage does right by 'Annie'--and a cute dog doesn't hurt.


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