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For the Week of
October 5-12, 2005

Cover Story: Standing at the Crossroads:
The Pacific Rim Film Festival returns for its 16th year of presenting the collision of identity, art and culture.

Nüz: Angry and Gay; Diversity's New Digs; Spit and Polish.

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Rev: Like little worms, tires buried underneath yards and yards of debris naturally migrate toward the top of the pile.

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Hunting Wabbit: Gumby's British cousins, Wallace and Gromit, track the were-rabbit in new animated feature.

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Book Your Own Life : The Big Bang Festival once again blows up, showcasing the best in Santa Cruz underground music.

Loop Gurus: Loopfest main man Rick Walker techs no prisoners.

The Rock Show: And the Children Will Lead Them; Distracting Flamenco; Katrina Relief Continues.

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100 Ways to Load Your Library: Jane Smiley offers more than '13 Ways of Looking at the Novel'—she offers her thoughts on 100 novels.

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Sunset Destination: Seafood and sailboats make for a winning combination at the Wharf House.


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