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newspaper cover For the Week of
August 1-8, 2001

Cover: Pain's Addiction
High numbers of repeat customers filling tattoo studios raise the question: Are tattoos addicting? Experts say all the ingredients are there.


News: Nüz
Parking garage art installation celebrates car culture.


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Bruce Bratton: Del Mar Theatre update; Boardwalk parking solutions; this week's movies and theater productions.

Work: Books Are Dangerous.

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Glass Plates: Philip Glass' minimalist musical setting for the early photos of Eadweard Muybridge forms centerpiece of Cabrillo Music Festival.

Sights & Sounds: Smoke and lighting effects obscured the humans at Crystal Method show.

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Oral Outrage: Food disappointments can rank right up there with lousy sex and an IRS audit--we'd like to share a few of ours with you.

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Potente Energy: Franka Potente runs from fate in 'The Princess and the Warrior.'

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A Way to Dusty Death: Shakespeare Santa Cruz's 'Macbeth' is full of sound and fury--and some of the finest examples of the English language.

Scarred for Married Life: Bay Shore's 'Woolf' gets dysfunctional, and not without a few rough edges.


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