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For the Week of
September 22-29, 2004

Cover Story: Peer Pressure:
Students get framed in our eye-popping fashion issue.

Nüz: The case of the missing 'Scream' print is closed.

The Planet Hunter: Despite what 'Rolling Stone' magazine says, the folks at UCSC are doing more than toking hooners in the redwoods. Meet Steven Vogt, UCSC professor and leader in the race to find other worlds.

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Rev: We drove onto fine powdery sand that had been stirred up by the wind, hesitated--and into this fluff our tiny Opel sank.

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Suburban Sodom: 'A Dirty Shame': this title is certainly accurate!

Deep Thoughts: 'What the #$*! Do We Know!?' tries to explain the mysteries of modern physics.

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Adios, Amigo: In memory of Johnny Ramone, the last--and possibly only--great conservative punk.

'Blue' Streak: The SC Symphony takes some inspiration from Bonds and hits its opener out of the park.

The Rock Show: Paul Thorn.

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Beauty and the Beastliness: Lawrence Weschler shows how brutality has existed side by side with incredible artistry throughout history in 'Vermeer in Bosnia.'

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Making Waves: Sustainable seafood could be the most important new trend in environmentally conscious eating.


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