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newspaper cover For the Week of
September 27-October 4, 2000

Cover: Sociable Climber
Chris Sharma--the daring young man who works without a net--is redefining the sport of bouldering.


News: Nüz
County officials gear up for confrontation with San Jose over Cisco development.


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That's the Spirit! An interview with celebrity rabbi Michael Lerner about his new book, 'Spirit Matters.'

Bruce Bratton: Santa Cruz political happenings; this week's movies.

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Sights & Sounds: Random musical notes about retail rock and a Big Bang, among others.

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Pub Power: Freshly made burgers and entree plates are cliché-free at SC Brewing Co. & Front Street Pub.

A La Carte: Why stay home for the big game when the Aptos Club has bigger TVs and a do-it-yourself grill?

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Real to Reel: The world comes into focus at the Santa Cruz Documentary Film and Video Festival.

Guest Parts: 'Best in Show' shows off director/actor Christopher Guest at his best--skewering the pretensions of the inept.

Night Tales: A man searches through layers of legends in 'Urbania.'

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Weekly World Web: Finster's Junkyard online.


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