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For the Week of
October 2-9, 2002

Cover: Pleasure Cruise
With their beach-town cred and funky vibe, cruiser bikes are suddenly hip again--and no place more than in Santa Cruz.


News: Nüz
Local tree-sitters endure smoke from Croy Fire.


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Bruce Bratton: Green Party endorsements; William Morris glass exhibit at the Museum of Art and History.

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Buffy's Angels: The blonde girl with cleavage really isn't so feminist--but the men in her life are.

Salon de Refuse: Not all artists have studios to open, so Salon de Refuse offers even more exhibition space.

The Sixth Day of October--Be There! A pottery sale with more than two decades of cult following precedes an evening of fireworks and apple pie.

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Booky Nights: 'The Man From Elysian Fields' is a highly remainderable drama.

Pretty in Pink: François Ozon turns the drawing-room mystery into a musical in '8 Women.'

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Down With Silence: Poet, teacher, world-class talker Morton Marcus 'shouts down the silence' in his new book of verse.

[Dining]
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Bada-Boom, Bada-Bing! Il Villino, Valentino's, Mr. Martino's, Capo Vaticano, Luciano's--theme dining in New Jersey, Corleone-style.


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