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Cover For the Week of
November 21-28, 2001

Cover: Give & Let Give
A guide to gift-giving for the new economy.


News: Model Behavior
Is it time to retire the mission?

Nüz: Residents object to proposed luxury hotel plan for La Bahia.


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Bruce Bratton: County Supervisor Mardi Wormhoudt hosts campaign kickoff party; physician-assisted suicide; this week's movies.

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Baguette to the Future: 'Amélie' thinks she can solve everyone's problems.

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California Dreamin': Beachwood Sparks roadtrips on nostalgia.

Sights & Sounds: The reunion said Dead Kennedys, but the main man and his message were missing.

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Reds, Whites and Ribs: Local winemakers get festive at the Scotts Valley Hilton; eyeing the barbecue at Mike's Soul Food.

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Reaping Grimm: Shakespeare Santa Cruz turns a familiar tale inside out.

Raging Bully: Politically incorrect comic Bobby Slayton exhorts Santa Cruz to shed its tie-dye.


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