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For the Week of
July 23-30, 2003

Cover: Got Game
UCSC professor Tricia Rose challenges cultural assumptions about hip-hop and what it means to be an African American woman.

Nüz: Outa Sync.

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Too Yar to Care: Dead men may tell no tales, but the bloated 'Pirates of the Caribbean' is one of a tragic breed of popcorn movies that don't know when to stop.

The Pope of Perception: The documentary 'Maybe Logic' celebrates local hero Robert Anton Wilson.

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Pop Hard: They've got an upcoming MTV2 video shoot and a squeaky-clean pop image, but Blueprint ain't as innocent as they might seem.

Hear, Here: The Carmel Bach Festival debuts the uniquely epic acoustics of the new Sunset Theater.

The Rock Show: Southern Culture on the Skids; Tiffany; Mumbo Gumbo.

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Coffee Talk: The laid-back caffeine connection continues at Seabright fixture Java Junction.

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The 'Errors' of Our Ways: SSC sets the famous Shakespeare farce right here in Santa Cruz for a brilliant opener.


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