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For the Week of
November 24-December 1, 2004

Cover Story: Gift Guide 2004:
Our guide to the Central Coast in winter, just in time for the holidays.

Comfort Shopping For the Santa Cruz Soul: Can we shop our post-election troubles away? Probably not. But no one is going to stop us from trying.

Nüz: First Night, First Bite.

Free Cliffton McIntire!: A narcoleptic college instructor serves time after the county screws up his work furlough program.

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Talking Turkey: The real story on the bird that's come to represent American Thanksgiving.

Rev: Superheroes: For once, Robin made himself useful and built the entire car on his own with a blowtorch.

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Hoosiers: 'Kinsey' is a solid and sensitive biography of sex researcher Alfred Kinsey.

Stoned Again: In Oliver Stone's 'Alexander,' history is really just a record of people getting swords thrust in their guts.

Gone to Seed: All right, Chucky movies were never great, but do they have to drag Jennifer Tilly down with them?

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Don't Stop Believing: Songwriters hold on to that feel-a-yee-yang at Zelda's Songwriter's Showcase.

The Rock Show: Hanzel Und Gretyl; Ministry; Chuck D; UFO.

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Cran Prix: A Thanksgiving staple has sunk into a canned, pseudofood existence. Cranberry, what has become of you?


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