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newspaper cover For the Week of
September 24-30, 1998

Cover: The Guide
All things Santa Cruz.

Ex Libris: A shelf full of bookstores.
Java Joints: Places for good coffee and people-watching.
Hand to Mouth: Eating your way through Santa Cruz.
Activated: Getting involved in politics and social issues.
Talking Points: The top ten hot-button issues.
CyberSense: Getting online and around the Web, plus where to buy a computer and get technical help.
Airwaves: Radio and TV stations.
Cheap Skate: Second-hand shopping.
Wheel Life: Bikes, public transit, skates, boards and motorcycles.
Sweatin' It: Recommended places to work out.
Live Sounds: The Santa Cruz music scene.
The Arty Life: Supplies, frames, museums and galleries.
All Night Long: Late-night food and services.
House of the Spirits: Religious retreats tucked into the mountains.
All Washed Up: Local laundromats.
That's Entertainment: The premier cheapo excursions.
Help Thyself: Support groups for various problems.
Soundings: Stereo, CDs and instruments and more.
Sweet Tooth: Where to find all things creamy and sugary.
Copy That: Copy shops.
The House Hunt: Tips to make the search a little easier


News: Good Home Hunting
Are the university, the county and developers doing enough to ease the Santa Cruz housing crunch?


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Hiatt and Mighty: Singer/songwriter John Hiatt proves that he's still going forward, even while looking back.

Queen of the Hill: Lauryn Hill educates the mainstream about hip-hop and rap.

Notes From The Underground: Subtle Oak Complexity's Biograph Girl even pleases Mikey.

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Family Values: John Waters leaves the wretchedness of his excesses behind in affectionate Pecker.

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Viaggio Vivace: A.J. Szenda's menu charms diners with a Mediterranean accent and miles of style.


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