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For the Week of
November 6-13, 2002

Cover: Master of Ceremonies
Joe Sharino has taken the world one wedding, dance and New Year's Eve gig at a time. In the process he's become an institution in Santa Cruz and beyond.


News: Nüz
Halloween gets scary for 'Curse of Santa Cruz' screenplay writer Stephanie Michel.


[Features]
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Bruce Bratton: Internet cafes abroad; the real Sherlock Holmes; this week's movies.

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Mad Dogs and Nice Englishmen: Graham Parker may be the last angry man, but he won't bite. C'mere and give him a hug!

To There And Back: How local singer/songwriter Eli Salzman broke out of the local scene and lived to tell about it.

Brahms in Bullet Time: Santa Cruz Symphony stays one step ahead of a challenging program--and waits for the audience to catch up.

The Rock Show: Will Teen Wolf Survive?

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Breaking On Through Again: Ram Dass wraps his expanded mind around the last of the truly taboo subjects--death and dying.

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Requiem For a Cork: In which is revealed Randall Grahm's latest performance piece, plus online biscotti and a new gourmet express emporium.


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