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For the Week of
October 8-15, 2003

Cover Story: A Shore Thing
The Pacific Rim Film Festival takes Santa Cruz light-surfing.

Pride and Prejudice: The Pacific Rim Film Festival selections 'When We Were Warriors' and 'Forgotten Valor' set the record straight on a shocking chapter of U.S. military history.

Ghost 'World': The influential presence of Satyajit Ray's 'The World of Apu' (which will be featured at the Pacific Rim Film Festival) lingers over some of the greatest American films of all time.

Nüz: A UCSC professor's weird connection to the SUV attacks; the Rev. Jesse Jackson's UCSC visit.

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Miami Vices: As a rogue cop, Denzel Washington fights to stay one step ahead of the law in 'Out of Time.'

'Midlands' Crisis: A man must fight for honor, even in Nottingham.

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Domo Arigato, Mr. Roboto!: The Metro Santa Cruz Automated Article Writer reveals the shocking truth about upcoming Y2K3 Looping Festival.

The Rock Show: Big Bad Voodoo Daddy; John Ashcroft sings.

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Truth or D.A.R.E.: Meredith Maran says America is long overdue for a rethinking of how it deals with teens who use drugs.

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Report From the Field: Our critic finds that the Outstanding in the Field event lives up to its name.


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