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For the Week of
November 2-9, 2005

Cover Story: Vote Early and Often!:
It's our pre-election extravaganza, featuring a lighthearted interview with Tom Tomorrow and the Metro Santa Cruz debut of 'This Modern World' and timely election endorsements from the small cute dog who became president!

Nüz: Ready to Roll; Better Late Than Never?; Proverbial You; 1,174 Days and Counting.

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Rev: Terra Pass then takes the money you submit and invests it in projects that will reduce global warming.

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SoWat if They're Stars?: Local media celebs Chip and Kirby's master plan starts with the SCICA's festival of contemporary performance.

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Counter Intelligence: A rich guy and a poor guy contend for a lovely 'Shopgirl,' as they have since movies were invented.

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Order From Chaos: The Moistboyz are America's premier dirt rockers, a self-identified genre infused with profanity, distortion and more than a healthy dash of paranoia.

The Rock Show: Sleepytime Gorilla Museum; Sayre; John Scofield.

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From the Pit of Despair, a Voice of Hope: Author and activist Terry Tempest Williams returns from Rwanda with a vision of despair and a message of hope.

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Soba, So Good: Donbo Udon shows promise as downtown's latest entry into the realm of Asian cuisine.


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