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newspaper cover For the Week of
November 24-December 1, 1999

Cover: The Next Bug Thing
Finding your niche in the new millennium.

Barbigeddon: The new millennium calls for creative play. How about: 'Barbie Bags Her First Wildebeest'?


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Chain Thinking: Bruce Bratton warns against letting the big stores call the shots.

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Focus on Nature: In photographer Frans Lanting's viewfinder, animals are peers--not pets.

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Stuff and What-Not: David Espinoza catches up with Santa Cruz's the What-Nots to talk about their new album and doing not-punk rock.

Sights and Sounds: Oversexed bubble-gum pop hits the Civic.

Notes From the Underground: The Buzzcocks come to town to show that they can still write monster tunes.

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Print the Legend: A new biography captures the contradictory urges of film legend John Ford.

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Brunch, Chinese Style: Dynasty Restaurant serves dim sum for weekend grazers.

A La Carte: Stalking the the wild persimmon... and other urban pastimes.

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Multifaceted Mononoke: The new Japanese animated epic 'Princess Mononoke' puts Pokémon in his place.

Birth of the Blahs: Tornatore's 'The Legend of 1900' induces cinematic seasickness.

Toys Will be Toys: John Lasseter, defender of plastic playthings, returns to tell a brand-new 'Toy Story' in sequel to animated hit.

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Walk This Way: Shakespeare Santa Cruz's holiday production goes footloose with the classic tale of 'Cinderella.'


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