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newspaper cover For the Week of
November 15-22, 2000

Cover: Howard's End
Artist Howard Ikemoto looks back on 34 years of creative teaching at Cabrillo College--and talks about taking up the saxophone.

Wrappin': Omni-Presents
A quick guide to quirky, nonlethal gifts that go everywhere because they are in fact nowhere.

Holiday Art Attack: There's enough good art around to choke a ballot box, which is why we suggest a few art gifts that rise above the herd.

Think Locally, Give Globally: Sometimes the best presents are unique to one's hometown.

Holiday Happenings: Local Thanksgiving- and Christmas-season events.


News: Nüz
Is there a solar-powered scooter in your future?; phasing out narrative evaluations evokes rumblings on the hill at UCSC.


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Bruce Bratton: All about books.

Work: Of dotcom dorks and lesbotic fantasy.

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Timba Time: Timba, a new breed of salsa, reaches new peaks with Cuba's La Charanga Habanera.

Wall of Sound: The Santa Cruz County Symphony showed off its new acoustic wall over the weekend.

Sights & Sounds: Estradasphere, Daiquiri and Tub Ring pay tribute to Mr. Bungle at Moe's.

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Stacking Up With the Best: Pancakes get treated with culinary respect at the popular Silver Spur.

A La Carte: Early-morning diners seek out the scrambled specials at the Cliff Cafe on 41st Avenue.

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No Time to Rest: Arnie clings to self in midst of clones in 'The 6th Day.'

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Weekly World Web: A protester's online guide to the presidential election.


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