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For the Week of
July 21-28, 2004

Cover Story: Whose Voice?:
The FCC has made the Monterey Bay a national stage for the fight over who owns and controls local media outlets.

Nüz: Kathy Eder's anti-Bush book is outselling Clinton's autobiography in Campbell.

Going Native: How to stop the invasion of Santa Cruz with 'habitat gardening'.

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Rev: Biodiesel Diaries III--South America: 'I had time to wonder, "Is this car going to stop rolling? Are we rolling off of a cliff?"'

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Wave Action: Stacy Peralta's documentary 'Riding Giants' tracks the lore and lure of big-wave surfing.

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A Vesper to a 'Scream': From the Björk homage of 'Vespertine Symphony' to Julia Wolfe's 'My Beautiful Scream,' its 42nd season proves success hasn't tamed the Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music.

The Rock Show: The Rock Bottom Blues Band.

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Using Their Noodles: The owners of the Almar Grill go pan-Asian with the new Xin noodle house.


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