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newspaper cover For the Week of
September 29-October 6, 1999

Cover: You've Got Spam
From Internet debris to ads in public restrooms, unwelcome commercial intrusions are dominating our lives.



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Bruce Bratton: 'American Beauty,' the Downtown Plaza and the anniversary of the 1989 earthquake.

[Art]
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Studio System: Santa Cruz artists show all for Open Studios.

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Masterful Music: For its opening concert, the symphony put on a really big (and really fine) show.

Ambient Angst: Tricky rewires punk and hip-hop at the Catalyst.

Notes From the Underground: T.S.O.L. left an indelible impression at SC Vets Hall show.

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North Coast Comfort: New Davenport Cash Store continues to hold down its coastal fort with earthy finesse and invitingly down-home flavors.

A La Carte: Now is the time to enjoy Rosa's at the Yacht Harbor.

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Rauncho Deluxe: 'Black Cat, White Cat' slaps every stick.

'Kings' Dethroned: 'Three Kings' forgets some important lessons of old-fashioned moviemaking.

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Daring Dance: Moving & Storage makes an engaging but awkward evening of a quartet of new pieces.


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