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For the Week of
October 15-22, 2003

Cover Story: Open Season
Catching up with Santa Cruz's wine industry at harvest time.

Nüz: Both a robbery and a visit from a food inspector surprise Mayor Reilly and her bakery; anti-Patriot Act legislation gets stalled.

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WAMM, Bam, Thank You Mams!: Sex Goddess Annie Sprinkle gives her breast effort in an educational evening of erotic imagery benefiting WAMM.

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Return of the King: With the new 'Bubba Ho-tep,' cult hero Bruce Campbell isn't just playing an elderly Elvis--he's crusading for the soul of indie filmmaking.

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All Bang, No Whimper: A real-life School of Rock and shows all over town are the way of the Big Bang Festival.

The Rock Show: Serendipity Project MC battle; Maya Azucena; 'Calypso Dreams;' Groundation; Austin Lounge Lizards.

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Eat Here Now: Avanti's Brian Curry talks--and walks--the philosophy of keeping food local and dining the seasons.

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No Butts About It: Ralph Peduto bares the awful truth in 'Butt-Naked in Tinseltown.'


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