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For the Week of
September 17-24, 2003

Cover Story: Cult Movies
They're back with a vengeance as the incredibly strange saga of Harvey Pekar hits the big screen in 'American Splendor.'

Cult Rapture: A conversation with Del Mar midnight-movie maestro Scott Griffin about the new rise of cult films and midnight movies, and how to get people out of bed in the middle of the night.

Nüz: Santa Cruz vs. the Bush Administration; recall delay.

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Little Miss Miscreant: 'Thirteen' depicts the trials of growing up too quickly among the stresses and strains of girl culture.

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Mad Adders: They've been icons of the alternative sound for two decades and still deliver one of the best rock shows you'll ever see. So when the Violent Femmes say dance, you best dance.

The Rock Show: Social Distortion salutes Johnny Cash.

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We Got the Beat: Poetry Santa Cruz drafts one of the first Beat poets into its ongoing crusade.

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Seasons in the Sun: Continuing its ongoing mission to conquer discerning diners with exquisite lunches, Gabriella delivers the goods.


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