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newspaper cover For the Week of
August 16-23, 2000

Cover: Spin Out
The music business got fat off our love of music, but now the tables are turning, according to novelist Bill Flanagan.


News: Planned Culture
The county's new Cultural Action Plan doesn't lack for ideas, but no one's sure who's in charge of following through.

Nüz: This year's City Council winners might have a surprise waiting for them in four years.


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Bruce Bratton: Coastal commercialization; the Democratic National Convention in Los Angeles; Cuban filmmakers.

Work: Icons from another dimension.

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Weill Away: For its second week, the Cabrillo Music Festival saluted Kurt Weill, wrestled with Christopher Rouse's Symphony no. 1 and topped the loudness barrier in San Juan Bautista.

Hands of Clay: Les Claypool slips away from Primus for a night of jamming at Palookaville with his Fearless Flying Frog Brigade.

Classical Collectibles: A winner of the Santa Cruz County Symphony's Klein Competition delivers a brash and fearless new CD.

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Packed for a Reason: Both the view and the food beckon diners to Riva on the Santa Cruz Wharf.

A La Carte: Chef A Go Go brings gourmet meals right to the homes of lucky subscribers.

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Lost Cause: Even Brenda Blethyn can't rescue wispy comedy 'Saving Grace.'

Hum-Drum Bum: A loafing oaf preaches macho nonsense in 'The Tao of Steve.'

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Weekly World Web: Indies and Amazons.


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