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newspaper cover For the Week of
November 8-15, 2000

Cover: Literary Quarterly
Ready To Ware: Richard von Busack sees the future of the comics in Chris Ware's epic 'Jimmy Corrigan.'

Beyond the Screen: Ahdaf Soueif's new novel highlights changing cultural climate in Egypt.

A Friend In Need: T.C. Boyle satirizes hypocrisy in 'A Friend of the Earth.'

Clunky 'Shoes': New book applies familial angst with a trowel.

'Glory' Be: An HIV-positive woman goes looking for love in Emily Carter's new book.


News: Nüz
Student activists head for the Hague; whale experts converge on Monterey; Sustainable Monterey Bay plans EcoVillages.


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Bruce Bratton: Local election news; this week's movies.

Work: Logan runs again.

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Reeling in the Earth: Documentaries about nature and nurture are featured at this year's EarthVision 2000 Environmental Film and Video Festival at Community TV.

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Together Again: Kuumbwa celebrates 25 years of concerts with high-profile pairing of jazz greats Herbie Hancock and Wayne Shorter.

Sights & Sounds: DJs and MCs scratched and flowed at big Palookaville hip-hop concert.

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Landmark Status: Casablanca continues to charm, with beautifully presented foods, expert service and a matchless view.

A La Carte: Dale's Diner returns to life at Rocky's Cafe in Felton.

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Painting the Past: Carlos Saura paints a portrait of the artist as an old man in 'Goya.'

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Weekly World Web: Hard-core housing reality.


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