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newspaper cover For the Week of
August 9-16, 2000

Cover: Frenzied Times
The New Economy has some of the same old problems, like burnout. Downsized lifestyles, for those who can afford it, are now chic.


News: Nüz
Recent studies say herbal supplements containing raw animal tissue could transmit Mad Cow Disease.


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Bruce Bratton: SC Sentinel book writer leaps to Borders' defense.

Work: Confessions of a phat chick with cow eyes.

[Music]
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Music Man: Much more than the genius' lover, Bill Colvig holds a place in classical music for his inventive instruments and his commitment to causes.

Modern Maverick: Michael Tilson Thomas celebrates the music of Lou Harrison with a major retrospective concert.

Tender Mercies: Conductor Marin Alsop opens the Cabrillo Music Festival with a soft touch.

Violin Sensations: Conductor Marin Alsop presents top violinists Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg and Mark O'Conner in a razzle-dazzle concert showpiece.

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Solar Flares: Dining goes supernova with brilliant offerings at Theo's in Soquel.

A La Carte: Pizza? Latte? Coffee 9 Pizza 9 serves up cafe fare by day, California-style pizza by night.

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Mascara Memories: New documentary traces the strange trajectory of Tammy Faye Bakker.

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Weekly World Web: Clowning Around.


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