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newspaper cover For the Week of
July 19-26, 2000

Cover: High-Water Mark
New evidence suggests that a major tsunami may strike the West Coast every 200 to 500 years--are you ready to surf to work?

Looming Large: Richard von Busack's all-wet guide to tsunami cinema.


News: Nüz
UCSC ignores its own development guidelines on proposed Arboretum housing.


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Bruce Bratton: The City Council campaign season begins; this week's movies.

Work: For pure hot sex appeal, a car has nothing on a computer.

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Rave Cave: The biggest rave in the region just got moved to ... Fresno. Why local authorities don't see eye to eye with the electronic-music scene.

Sights & Sounds: Netwerk Electric and Hopelifter get ready to dominate the local scene, and players at Streetlight go on the record.

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Old-Time Treasures: Gilbert's on the wharf recalls the glory days of Malio's and serves up a genuine Crab Louie.

A La Carte: There's plenty of serious eating at the Santa Cruz Boardwalk, if you know where to look.

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Labored 'Labour': Kenneth Branagh works too hard to revive the musical on the back of Shakespeare's 'Love's Labour's Lost.'

Mutant Marvels: There's more than just cool special effects in 'X-Men.'

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Weekly World Web: Online with the Nez.

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The Game of Love: Shakespeare Santa Cruz makes good sport of the battle of the sexes with a season-opening 'Love's Labour's Lost.'


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