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For the Week of
July 30-August 6, 2003

Cover: Fight Club
A medical marijuana insider speaks out against the federal government's newest crackdown--and why it will fail.

Nüz: Milk Is for Babies.

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One-Night Tan: Our pale writer braves the new, high-tech world of fake tans.

Tom Lindsay: 1957-2003: The death of beloved Santa Cruz AIDS Project executive director rocks the organization he revitalized.

Purple Haze: Santa Cruz is a hot spot for the cottage industry that's sprung up around lavender farming. The downside is that actually doing the farming is enough to drive you crazy.

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Horsepower: 'Seabiscuit' runs a class race all the way.

Fiddlesticks: Chen Kaige's 'Together' comes with strings attached.

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A Festival You Can Count On: Cabrillo's Festival of Music features compositions based on 'Dracula' and Radiohead among its typically bold and unusual offerings.

Zap Happy: Zap Mama founder Marie Daulne has turned an incredible life story touched by war and racial unrest into a musical campaign of positivism, soulful African harmonies and boomin' hip-hop.

The Rock Show: Punk at the Mediterranean; Blueprint; Hell's Belles.

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Tour of Beauty: Fine wines, fine food and gorgeous grounds are part of the weekend-getaway appeal of the special dinners at Aptos' Sand Rock Farm Inn.


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