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newspaper cover For the Week of
August 8-15, 2001

Cover: Drag & Drop
'Hedwig and the Angry Inch' takes on the slam-glam, thank you ma'am cult.


News: X-treme Eating
Is there such a thing as trying too hard to eat too right? Doctors collect evidence of a new eating disorder, orthorexia.

Nüz: Another Weekend in Paradise.


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Bruce Bratton: The downtown farmers' market; parking garage art; the San Francisco Mime Troupe is coming to town.

Work: The biopunk revolution is here.

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Minimalist Muybridge: The Cabrillo Music Festival tackled Philip Glass' 'The Photographer' on its opening weekend, but it was John Adams who stole the thunder.

Sights & Sounds: The Microphones spent the weekend playing everywhere from Seabright beach to the Saturn Cafe.

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Flight of Fancy: Culinary sophistication makes Cafe Sparrow a particularly welcoming dinnertime venue in Aptos Village.

Word of Mouth: Take-out Sushi on the Run provides sensational treats in a hurry.

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That's Life: Tranh Anh Hung's 'Vertical Ray of the Sun' offers a memorable slice-of-life.

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Divide and Win: Shakespeare Santa Cruz scores with a madcap 18th-century dysfunctional family sitcom.


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