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newspaper cover For the Week of
November 22-29, 2000

Cover: Virtual Sovereignty
From Freedonia to the Realm of Patria, creating a cybernation is as easy as learning HTML.


News: Nüz
Who needs fossil fuel when pedal power works just as well?


[Features]
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Bruce Bratton: City Council factions; this week's movies.

Work: Thanks for nothing, turkeys.

[Music]
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PJ's Party: Throw out the pop stereotypes, PJ Harvey goes her own way--as always--on her new album, 'Stories From the City, Stories From the Sea.'

Sights & Sounds: Marxist Swedish band International Noise Conspiracy brings 'Smash It Up' message to masses at Vets Hall.

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Rome-ing Charges: Couples can linger over their appetizers and huge parties can celebrate at warm, Italian-style Bella Roma in Capitola.

A La Carte: The Trout Farm Inn reinvents itself; the mystery of the hanging sea creature solved at last.

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Small Wonders: One of the delights of Ken Lonergan's new film, 'You Can Count on Me,' is that no one gets the last word.

Willis to Power: Bruce Willis reluctantly accepts superhero status in 'Unbreakable.'

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Weekly World Web: Druidic technology.


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