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newspaper cover For the Week of
October 4-11, 2000

Cover: Cool as Iceland
Pop star Björk breaks through with star turn in Lars von Trier's 'Dancer in the Dark.'

Björk, Björk: The Icelandic queen of all media dazzles with a new soundtrack album.


News: Nüz
New Arana Gulch stream restoration project gives the steelhead a leg up.


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Bruce Bratton: The future of the Del Mar Theatre; this week's movies.

Work: Viral communication and other detritus of the net.

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Art on View: Every year, Open Studios invites visitors to see artists at work--and invites criticism of the selection process.

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Busker Case: Peter Case stays close to his roots on the folk scene.

Hue and Cry: The Santa Cruz Symphony keys its new season to a rainbow of orchestral colors.

Sights & Sounds: Big time indie-rock stars disappoint, but the Big Bang Fest delivers.

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Warrior of Words: Cabrillo College instructor and poet Joseph McNeilly releases a new collection of verse that speaks of oral traditions and unexpected realities.

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Pipe Down: The pleasures of dining out go down as the decibels go up.

A La Carte: Some lucky local high-school students get a special lunch from Emily's.

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Beach Camp: Charles Busch kicks sand at the beach-party genre with the campy spoof 'Psycho Beach Party.'

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Weekly World Web: Surfing the Web.


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