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newspaper cover For the Week of
August 23-30, 2000

Cover: Raging Waters
In 'Cecil B. DeMented,' John Waters unleashes his gleeful venom at the constrictions and clichés of Hollywood.


News: Politics Make No Bedfellows
The Democrats spent their week in Los Angeles running away from even the idea of sex.

Nüz: Ralph Nader is running for prez under the Green Party. Why, then, isn't he a member of the party?


[Features]
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Bruce Bratton: SCAN endorsement forum set for Sept. 13; Friends of the North Coast; this week's movies.

Work: Godzilla 2000 vs. Windows 2000.

[Music]
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Future Unlimited: Alysha Antonino of Scotts Valley has dreams of being the next pop-music sensation.

Genuinely Funkified: George Clinton's time has come, and now he spreads a gospel of groove to three generations of funkateers.

Disc Drive: Reviews of new CDs by Greg Lisher, DJ Tripp, and Mike Auldridge, Bob Brozman and David Grisman.

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Not Just Whistling Dixie: Devotion to the alchemy of nonclichéd flavor groupings is one of the main themes at Southern Exposure Bistro in Aptos.

A La Carte: Joshua Cooperman and Liselot Sandell of Sunny Skies offer vegan whole-meal salads.

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Helping Hands: Boulder Creek documentarian Bob Gliner looks at volunteers abroad in 'Making a Difference.'

Monster Mishmash: Toho's latest 'Godzilla' release is better than the American copy, but still not the best ever.

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Weekly World Web: Vegetation Veg-Out.


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