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newspaper cover For the Week of
July 26-August 2, 2000

Cover: Learning Curve
Migrant workers' children get a lesson in the American dream.


News: Nüz
UC unions reject pay offer.


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Bruce Bratton: The greening of Pacific Avenue; Shakespeare Santa Cruz and Kenneth Branagh tackle Shakespeare's 'Love's Labour's Lost.'

Work: Pop! Your job go boom.

[Music]
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Sky High: With a new album, 'Another Sky,' Irish music stalwarts Altan lead a crowded musical field at this year's Fat Fry in Aptos.

Fat Fry Lineup: Sixth annual summer edition of the Fat Fry lays it on thick with Americana heroes.

High and Loa: American music goes through a French looking glass on DJ Cam's new album, 'Loa Project.'

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Prince of Pasta: Lucio Fanni takes no prisoners at high-energy, high-decibel Al Dente on Seabright Avenue.

A La Carte: Dancers and caffeine addicts alike will enjoy the offerings at the new X Cafe on Soquel Drive.

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Thin Line: Emily Watson crosses over from cute to excruciating in Alan Rudolph's 'Trixie.'

Girls' Camp: Adults try to scare Natasha Lyonne straight in 'But I'm a Cheerleader.'

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Weekly World Web: Geekettes gather at GirlGeeks.com.

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You Are What You Mime: Genetic engineering gets the satirical treatment from the San Francisco Mime Troupe in 'Eating It.'


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