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For the Week of
August 4-11, 2004

Cover Story: Hitchspiking:
Is train hopping the last subversive way to travel?

Nüz: The question of whether a sea wall will be built at the base of Capitola's cliffs will be addressed at the planning commission meeting Aug. 5.

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Rev: Suzie Baxman talks about her experiences as a lady truck driver.

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Red Scare: 'The Manchurian Candidate' and 'The Village' offer a double bill of good ol' American paranoia.

Cash and Carry: A young woman braves customs and dealers to survive as a cocaine smuggler in 'Maria Full of Grace.'

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Roach Warrior: After being away for years, Papa Roach rips through the club circuit with a vengeance.

The Rock Show: Robbie Fulks; Tiffany; the Angry Amputees.

Bach to Back: The real passion at this year's Carmel Bach Festival came from the works of Haydn and Beethoven.

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Bowled Over: Our writer's noodle quest ends at Santa Cruz's unassuming Thai Noodle House.

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Union Busting: Edward Albee intended the personal to be extremely political in 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?' Shakespeare Santa Cruz obliges.

For Pete's Sake: The Pacific Players delve deep into Townshend's meaning and method for their production of 'Tommy.'


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