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newspaper cover For the Week of
September 13-20, 2000

Cover: The Guide
Everything you need to know about Santa Cruz.


News: Humanities Experiments
Chancellor M.R.C. Greenwood appears ready to swap UCSC's founding principles for the wealth of Silicon Valley.

Nüz: A key hearing Sept. 15 will determine the scope of the Moss Landing power plant expansion.


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Bruce Bratton: Espresso zest; death according to Bill Moyers; this week's movies.

Work: Scapegoating kids doesn't work.

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Brown Sounds: Local musicians Ray and Sue Brown collaborate with Roy Hargrove for a return-to-standards concert at the Monterey Jazz Festival.

Sights & Sounds: Zap Mama links hip-hop with indigenous sounds.

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Sushi Surge: Santa Cruz's Mobo Sushi skillfully plays with delicious contrasts of flavor and texture.

A La Carte: For fresh fish, count on Captain Mark and the 'Reliance.'

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Right on Target: Patrice Lecontes' 'Girl on the Bridge' balances the loss and luck of love.

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Weekly World Web: Cybersex shop.


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