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Bars, Clubs & Cafes

Cover For the Week of
October 24-31, 2001

Cover: The Meaning of Nightlife
Our 7th annual guide to bars, clubs & coffeehouses.


News: Nüz
Town hall meeting and a panel discussion focus on race relations.


[Features]
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Bruce Bratton: River Street sign; Shaffer Road development; this week's movies.

DIY Dress-Up: There's no excuse for failing to come up with an original Halloween costume.

The Fright Stuff: A guide to ghoulish and garish happenings around Santa Cruz this Halloween.

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Bad Bunny: The unbalanced 'Donnie Darko' forestalls the end of the world.

Saucy Jack: 'From Hell' is an atmospheric but vague retelling of the Jack the Ripper legend.

[Music]
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Web Exclusive: Smash Mouth had plenty to celebrate at the Catalyst last Tuesday.

Well-Traveled Tracks: Bob Dylan's new album may be good, but it's preaching to the choir.

Sights & Sounds: Denmark's Nekomantix cancels U.S. tour; Tiger Army steps in to fill the psychobilly void.

[Dining]
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Southern Lights: An Aptos bistro offers a splendidly seasoned glimpse at refined regional American cookery.


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