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For the Week of
September 28-October 5, 2005

Cover Story: Fall Fashion 2005:
Five Santa Cruzans undergo the astounding Metro makeover. Only one will survive to make the cover.

Nüz: Confessions of a Dangerous Mime Troupe; Rocket Science; Full Disclosure.

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Rev: Berzerkley: Now, Berkeley has announced that it is following the Kyoto Protocol to reduce greenhouse emissions.

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Open for Artistry: Open Studios returns to the county for the 20th year in a row with eyes facing forward.

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Forever Amber: Frodo goes on a quirky odyssey to the Old Country in 'Everything Is Illuminated.'

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Reigning All Over the World: Swampmeister Tony Joe White on 'Rainy Night in Memphis,' German techno and his high-profile heroines.

In Fine Fettle: Santa Cruz County Symphony serves up motorized minimalism and Mozartian moods.

The Rock Show: Radiohead Meets Shostakovich; Canyon Palooza; Henfling's.

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Pets or Meat?: Santa Cruz takes a leading role in the chicken rescue movement.


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