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The Guide to Santa Cruz

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Bars, Clubs & Cafes

For the Week of
October 30-November 6, 2002

Cover: Election Guide
The Final Showdown: Metro Santa Cruz lets the supervisor candidates have the last word as one of the most memorable recent election races nears the finish.

What's Your GQ? The day of reckoning, Nov. 5, is fast approaching. Don't know who to choose as the state's governor? Take our test.

Fear Factor: Amid a backdrop of nationwide jitters and several crucial election contests, Metro Santa Cruz offers its endorsements for the Nov. 5 election.

The Numbers Game: A guide to sorting through the phalanx of state propositions.

Port in a Storm: A marine layer of libertarians and a wildly overstocked field of candidates make it a watermark race for Port District Commission.


News: Nüz
Candidates remember Halloweens past.


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All Dressed Up: In which y'all get your bad selves educated about stuff to do on Halloween.

Bruce Bratton: Reporting from Britain.

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Rim Shots: The Pacific Rim Film Festival returns to shake up the left coast with unusual film offerings.

Danang Yankees: Weird story of a Vietnam refugee-turned-redneck drives the coming home of the prodigal daughter in 'Danang.'

Village of the Dam: Director Aradhana Seth shows a side of India you'll never see on TV in 'Dam/Age.'

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The Rock Show: Place of Residents.

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Raising the Red Lantern: New home for Asian cuisine colors diners impressed.


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