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For the Week of
October 29-November 5, 2003

Cover Story: The Haunting of Santa Cruz
'Look! There's a mommy' and other tales of Santa Cruz terror.

Nüz: I don't think you're ready for this Jellybean.

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Passing Zone: Anthony Hopkins turns racial classifications upside down in film adaptation of Philip Roth's 'The Human Stain.'

Massacred!: 'Texas Chainsaw' remake is a bloody mess.

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My Demon Music Lover: Back from the deepest, darkest pit of hell, the Metro Santa Cruz staff demon returns for Halloween.

Boom and Gloom: It's fashionable to say regional symphonies are down for the count. But music directors from around the Bay Area and Central Coast say that's not the whole story.

The Rock Show: Ani DiFranco; Bridge School Benefit.

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Party Lines: Have your cake and read it too at Bookshop Santa Cruz and Capitola Book Cafe.

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Frida Eats: An authentic afternoon of Mexican dining at Watsonville's Fiesta Tepa-Sahuayo is like stepping into a Kahlo painting.


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