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newspaper cover For the Week of
October 13-20, 1999

Cover: Love in the Rift Zone
A temblor tale by Santa Cruz novelist James D. Houston. Plus: A rundown of local events commemorating the tenth anniversary of the Loma Prieta earthquake.


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Build it, Already: Bruce Bratton updates the push for the downtown plaza/park.

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Viva Death in Vegas: 'The Contino Sessions' injects electronica with a jolt of rock.

Local Compact Discs: Reviews of the latest releases by Netwerk Electric, Electric Playground, The Smokejumpers and John Orlando.

Sights and Sounds: Web fans land Santa Cruz indie-rockers on a new South American compilation.

Notes From the Underground: The Huxtables slayed 'em at Skinny's with wit and charged-up guitar hooks.

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Shogun Shows Off: New sushi destination lures downtowners.

A La Carte: Real Thai brings its culinary vision to Westside Santa Cruz.

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Pitt Bullies: 'Fight Club' subverts the macho club of mayhem.

Daily Drama: The Margaret Mead Film & Video festival looks at social and cultural issues from around the world.

Polymorphously Perfect: 'Better Than Chocolate' imagines Vancouver as a sexual paradise.

'Hearts' Failure: Sydney Pollack's stodgy 'Random Hearts' finds little warm in romantic intrigue.

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Z Best: The Z Festival brings a sampler of new San Francisco theater to Santa Cruz.


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