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For the Week of
September 14-21, 2005

Cover Story: Banking on a Comeback:
For termed-out Democrat Fred Keeley, a so-called Republican power grab could put him back on the fast track.

Nüz: Watsonville Fish Kill; Santa Cruz Cow Roast.

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Rev: Open Only in Case Of Emergency: I'm stockpiling food and water. I'm taking survivalist training. I'm preparing to be able to do anything in order to survive.

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Guardian Angel: James M. Cain meets Frank Tashlin in 'El Crimen Perfecto,' a feverish comedy about murder.

Bad Re-Education: Balzac, Flaubert and Communism collide in 'Little Chinese Seamstress.'

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Body and Soul: The Monterey Jazz Festival returns with three generations of talent and creativity.

All Born to Die: Nevada Backwards look on the sunny side of life.

The Rock Show: Sizzla protesters; Garbage; Bill Tapia.

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Things That Go Thud In the Night: Terry Pratchett's 'Thud!' takes aim directly at your brain.

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A Name Full of Flavor: Thai Basil is the perfect payoff for a journey into the heart of Capitola Village.


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